The UK is in a strong position with respect to the potential for permanent sequestration of CO2 offshore in rock formations deep below the North Sea. This is because of two factors. Firstly the correct type of rock formations exist in places below the North Sea with the porosity to provide capacity for the CO2, permeability to allow its injection, and sealing formations to contain the CO2.
The Wood Review, published in February and aimed at identifying ways to stimulate North Sea oil and gas activity, proposes the creation of a new arm’s length industry regulator or agency to take on a broad industry facilitation role. When one looks at the roles proposed for this new agency, one could be excused for having a sense of ‘déjà vu’.
Pale Blue Dot Energy is proud to announce it will be supporting the very first European Student Energy Summit (ESES) to be held in Aberdeen, June 19-20.
Ian Phillips, Technical Sage at Pale Blue Dot Energy is presenting two papers at this years All-Energy Conference:
“Global Carbon Limits: Business Risks and Opportunities” will discuss some of the business risks and opportunities associated with “unburnable carbon”.
Pale Blue Dot Energy has signed the Trillion Tonne Communiqué to support the global call from business for a policy response to the explicit scientific warnings of the risks posed by the continuing rise in atmospheric greenhouse gases. If atmospheric emissions exceed more than a trillion tonnes of carbon from CO2 then the global average temperature is likely to exceed 2°C.