Geological Sequestration


Geological sequestration means storing carbon dioxide in rock formations either as pressurized gas or as carbonate minerals like CO2 mineralization - after the CO2 reacts with silicate minerals as in the Carbonate-Silicate cycle.


Stub - March 2023

Forms and Variations

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Notable Projects

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Further Learning

This Is CDR E07 - Introduction to Geological Sequestration
Know This E3 - Basalt for Sequestration
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