Supercomputer simulates carbon capture and storage


As global industry begins to distance itself from fossil fuels and opt for more sustainable alternatives, more emphasis is being placed upon the concept of carbon capture and storage (CCS).

CCS involves carbon dioxide (CO2) being captured from industrial sources before it’s injected into deep geological reservoirs – comprising of porous rock – where it’s stored ‘permanently’ (thousands of years). 

Despite various capture and utilisation technologies being publicised, less is known about the storage itself. 

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