On October 24, the University of Texas announced it received a $38 million subcontract to study injection and underground storage of CO2. This project is part of the Southeast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership that is being funded by the Department of Energy. The project will study the injection of 1 million tons of CO2 a year, into a brine formation 10,000 feet below the surface near, Natchez, Mississippi.
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University of Texas to test CO2 storage
- Alston & Bird LLP
- Patrick Greissing
- October 26 2007
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