Rotterdam Afvang en Opslag Demonstration

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Rotterdam Afvang en Opslag Demonstration is a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project proposed by E.ON, GDF Suez and Electrabel. The consortium is investigating a number of options. In what it describes as "phase 1" the consortium is considering a 2-5 million tonnes a year of carbon dioxide from the Maasvlakte Power Station (E.ON).[1]

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  1. Marc De Witte, Vice PresidentResearch& Innovation GDF Suez, "CCS : a major challenge and opportunityfor GDF SUEZ –risk update", Presentation to Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF), Washington, April 6th 2010.

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