February 28, 2007
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Global Climate Change Digest
A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999
FROM VOLUME 8, NUMBER 5, MAY 1995
Extraction, R.M. Davidson, L.L. Sloss, L.B. Clarke (IEACR/76), 67 pp., Jan.
1995, £300. (IEA Coal Res.).
Looks at this source of methane as a resource, not a mining hazard, emission
or by-product. Gives details about its estimation, production technologies,
environmental considerations relating to coproduced water, and constraints to
Capture from Power Stations, 23 pp., 1994, £13. Contact IEA Greenhouse
Gas R&D Prog., CRE, Stoke Orchard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 4RZ, UK
(tel: 44 0 242 680 753; fax: 44 0 242 680 758).
The second in a series that is systematically evaluating selected power
generation, CO2 capture options, and CO2 disposal
options, in terms of the current or future availability of technologies.
Evaluates the validity of applying various capture technologies (involving
absorption, adsorption, cryogenics, and membranes) to the exhaust gas streams
from four power generation schemes.
Disposal from Power Stations, 23 pp., 1994. Contact IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D
Prog. (see preceding entry).
The third in the series. The disposal options (oceans, aquifers, exhausted
oil and gas reservoirs, and solids) were analyzed in terms of their global
potential cost and environmental impact. In the long term, environmental and
safety considerations require the greatest emphasis in future R&D.
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