Recently, the utilization of carbon dioxide has gained in consideration as it may contribute to improve the economics of CO2 capture process by producing added value goods and is now considered a valid alternative to geological CO2 storage. Nowadays, the scientific community considers the integrated carbon capture, utilization and storage an important mitigation technology that involves the carbon dioxide sequestration from fuel combustion or industrial processes, its transport (via ship or pipeline) and conversion into valuable products or its permanent storage deep underground in geological formations. Noteworthy, CCS is functional to a linear economy, whereas utilization of carbon dioxide is at the hearth of a circular economy and its strategic role will grow in the future. In this mini review, the current state of the art in the field of capture, disposal, and reuse of CO2 as technologies for its overall reduction in the atmosphere will be discussed.

Atmospheric CO2 mitigation technologies: carbon capture utilization and storage

Nocito F.;Dibenedetto A.
2020

Abstract

Recently, the utilization of carbon dioxide has gained in consideration as it may contribute to improve the economics of CO2 capture process by producing added value goods and is now considered a valid alternative to geological CO2 storage. Nowadays, the scientific community considers the integrated carbon capture, utilization and storage an important mitigation technology that involves the carbon dioxide sequestration from fuel combustion or industrial processes, its transport (via ship or pipeline) and conversion into valuable products or its permanent storage deep underground in geological formations. Noteworthy, CCS is functional to a linear economy, whereas utilization of carbon dioxide is at the hearth of a circular economy and its strategic role will grow in the future. In this mini review, the current state of the art in the field of capture, disposal, and reuse of CO2 as technologies for its overall reduction in the atmosphere will be discussed.
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