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14th SGEM GeoConference on SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGIES IN GEOLOGY, EXPLORATION AND MINING
This paper describes an overview of particular solutions and approaches to dealing with the issue of carbon dioxide storage options in the Slovak Republic. It also deals with the options of capture and subsequent storage of carbon dioxide in underground geological formations. The Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, which seems to be very promising in this context, is one of such technologies. Smaller or larger CCS projects are carried out in different countries around the world. Thisdoi:10.5593/sgem2014/b11/s6.097 fatcat:kkotqsr5rbhcjgop7gqfnzzig4