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The growing emissions of greenhouse gases, especially CO2, are seen worldwide as one of the major causes of climate change. International treaties like the Kyoto Protocol are supposed to contribute to reducing the emission of greenhouse gases. Underground sequestration has the potential to play an important role in keeping large volumes of CO2 from escaping into the atmosphere in the short term. The first case of industrial scale CO2 storage in the world (close to one million tonnes per year since 1996) is taking place at the Sleipner underground CO2 storage site in the...

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