Carbon Capture and Storage movie

This animation has been developed by Geoscience Australia to illustrate the carbon dioxide capture, transportation and storage process.

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is one of the technologies that we can use to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere, particularly from sources such as coal or natural gas fired power stations and industrial plants. In this process carbon dioxide (CO2) is captured at the source (e.g. power station), transported via pipeline and injected deep underground into a porous rock, such as sandstone. There it is trapped by the overlying fine grained and impermeable mud rocks.

Press play below to see this process in action. For more information visit our Carbon Capture and Storage Program.

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Carbon Capture and Storage

Video File Size: 21.7MB, 5.46 Minutes

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Topic contact: ghg@ga.gov.au Last updated: May 31, 2012