Goldberg, David; et al. (2018): Geological storage of CO 2 in sub-seafloor basalt. The CarbonSAFE pre-feasibility study offshore Washington State and British Columbia
Goldberg, David; Aston, Lara; Bonneville, Alain; Demirkanli, Inci; Evans, Curtis; Fisher, Andrew et al. (2018): Geological storage of CO 2 in sub-seafloor basalt. The CarbonSAFE pre-feasibility study offshore Washington State and British Columbia. In: Energy Procedia 146, S. 158–165. DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2018.07.020.
"Sub-seafloor basalts are very common on Earth and enable CO2 mineralization as a long-term storage mechanism, permanently sequestering the carbon in solid rock form. Our project goals include the evaluation of this reservoir as an industrial-scale CO2 storage complex, developing potential source/transport scenarios, conducting laboratory and modeling studies to determine the potential capacity of the reservoir, and completing an assessment of economic, regulatory and project management risks."