Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Emerging technology: CO2 emissions buried deep underground

Statoil, a Norwegian oil and gas company, has been injecting carbon dioxide emissions deep under the sea to avoid paying carbon taxes. Many, including industry and the U.S. Senate itself, say the U.S. may be headed in the same direction with taxing global warming pollution.

Others are concerned that injecting emissions deep underground without fully understanding the repercussions is dangerous. Instead, nations should harness renewable energy technologies to wean themselves from polluting resources.

1 comment:

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