Reliable and robust predictions of storage capacity are fundamental to the efficient and safe demonstration of, and ultimately the longer-term deployment of, CCS technologies. Identification of potential storage sites, with risk-based estimates of storage capacity, allow policy-makers to determine the extent that CCS might contribute to reductions in CO2 emissions at national and European levels, as well as the timing of, and route to, achieving initial demonstration and subsequent wider deployment to maximize optimal use of the storage resource. Individual storage sites require accurate estimates of storage capacity to provide robust assessments of both the technical and financial business case for the site.

 

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