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As Carbon Capture and Storage slowly gets accepted and integrated as a mean for cleaner utilization of fossil fuels, the integration of capture, transport and storage becomes a key component to properly design a CO2 network. While the boundary conditions set by the capture and storage units have been the subject of much research, less attention has been paid to the challenges presented by the design and operation of full scale transport networks. Transport can however present a number ofdoi:10.1016/j.egypro.2013.06.182 fatcat:j4jcaoaeener7b5zlwqzpjadsa