IPCC experts have determined that the large-scale capture and geological storage of carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial sources is an essential option for addressing the climate change emergency due to the increase in greenhouse gas emissions.
BRGM teams have been working for many years on the storage of CO2 in deep reservoirs. The CO2SERRE project, co-funded by the Centre-Val de Loire Region, is exploring the technical and environmental feasibility of achieving negative CO2 emissions through the capture and storage of CO2 from biomass, and its potential for use in the region's agricultural greenhouses.
- Isaline Gravaud, BRGM Research Project Manager
- Fernanda De Mesquita Lobo Veloso, Researcher in BRGM's Risks & Prevention Division
Tuesday 4 April 2023 at 8 pm
Muséum d'Orléans pour la Biodiversité et l'Environnement (MOBE)
6 Rue Marcel Proust, 45000 Orléans, France