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Storage of carbon dioxide (CO2) by precipitation of carbon-bearing minerals in geological formations is, on the long run, more stable and therefore much safer than direct storage or solution trapping. Among available options for CO2 sequestration that are particularly attractive are those that offer additional economic benefits apart from the primary positive effect for the atmosphere (e.g., enhanced gas or oil recovery), such as the novel approach of storing dissolved CO2 as calcite in managed geothermal aquifers.

Hydrogeothermal energy in Germany is mainly provided from deep sandstone aquifers by a so-called doublet installation consisting of...

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