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The Calgery Herald reports that work is all set to begin on the first standards for carbon capture and storage, led by Canadian groups like CSA Standards and the International Performance Assessment Centre for Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide, who on June 2010, announced an agreement to develop the standard, which could serve as an international benchmark.

“This is one small but very important step for us to gain public and regulator confidence in the geological storage of CO2 as a sustainable energy and environmental option,” said Carmen Dybwad, head of IPAC-CO2 Research Inc.


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