Carbon capture and storage

Technology aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions by capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from sources like power plants and industrial processes, and then transporting it to a storage site where it is injected into underground geological formations for long-term storage. This process helps mitigate the impact of CO2 emissions on climate change and is considered crucial for achieving significant reductions in CO2 emissions, especially in sectors that are difficult to decarbonize through other means. The primary beneficiaries of this technology are industries with high CO2 emissions and policymakers focused on climate change mitigation.