False Solutions

Summit Carbon Solutions insisted for years that its proposed Midwest carbon pipeline network would not be used for enhanced oil recovery in North Dakota.
Summit Carbon Solutions insisted for years that its proposed Midwest carbon pipeline network would not be used for enhanced oil recovery in North Dakota.
A new Environmental Defence analysis reveals that despite government promises to cut, the amount of taxpayers’ money given to the industry remains high.
A new Environmental Defence analysis reveals that despite government promises to cut, the amount of taxpayers’ money given to the industry remains high.
Documents show industry has spent years studying how to harness carbon capture projects for a process known as “enhanced oil recovery.”
Documents show industry has spent years studying how to harness carbon capture projects for a process known as “enhanced oil recovery.”
Plans for two industrial pellet plants would increase carbon emissions and hurt the health of rural communities, campaigners warn.
Plans for two industrial pellet plants would increase carbon emissions and hurt the health of rural communities, campaigners warn.
Stanford researcher's analysis suggests that a controversial plan to capture and store carbon from 34 ethanol "flex-fuel" plants will not substantially reduce CO2 pollution.
Stanford researcher's analysis suggests that a controversial plan to capture and store carbon from 34 ethanol "flex-fuel" plants will not substantially reduce CO2 pollution.
The firm’s proposal to bury emissions from burning wood under the North Sea is still a pipe dream, says campaigner Almuth Ernsting of Biofuelwatch.
The firm’s proposal to bury emissions from burning wood under the North Sea is still a pipe dream, says campaigner Almuth Ernsting of Biofuelwatch.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the issues DeSmog editors and contributors will be tracking this year.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the issues DeSmog editors and contributors will be tracking this year.
Oil producers are largely calling the shots on how, and how long, they watch for leaks from underground CO2 storage sites, according to a new Environmental Integrity Project analysis.
Oil producers are largely calling the shots on how, and how long, they watch for leaks from underground CO2 storage sites, according to a new Environmental Integrity Project analysis.
Oil Change International data shows governments have pledged $200 billion in subsidies for CCS globally.
Oil Change International data shows governments have pledged $200 billion in subsidies for CCS globally.
The Canadian government has invested about 10 percent of $20 billion in global federal subsidies despite expert reports that point to CCS failures.
The Canadian government has invested about 10 percent of $20 billion in global federal subsidies despite expert reports that point to CCS failures.

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Summit Carbon Solutions insisted for years that its proposed Midwest carbon pipeline network would not be used for enhanced oil recovery in North Dakota.

Summit Carbon Solutions insisted for years that its proposed Midwest carbon pipeline network would not be used for enhanced oil recovery in North Dakota.
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A new Environmental Defence analysis reveals that despite government promises to cut, the amount of taxpayers’ money given to the industry remains high.

A new Environmental Defence analysis reveals that despite government promises to cut, the amount of taxpayers’ money given to the industry remains high.
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Documents show industry has spent years studying how to harness carbon capture projects for a process known as “enhanced oil recovery.”

Documents show industry has spent years studying how to harness carbon capture projects for a process known as “enhanced oil recovery.”
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Plans for two industrial pellet plants would increase carbon emissions and hurt the health of rural communities, campaigners warn.

Plans for two industrial pellet plants would increase carbon emissions and hurt the health of rural communities, campaigners warn.
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Stanford researcher's analysis suggests that a controversial plan to capture and store carbon from 34 ethanol "flex-fuel" plants will not substantially reduce CO2 pollution.

Stanford researcher's analysis suggests that a controversial plan to capture and store carbon from 34 ethanol "flex-fuel" plants will not substantially reduce CO2 pollution.
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The firm’s proposal to bury emissions from burning wood under the North Sea is still a pipe dream, says campaigner Almuth Ernsting of Biofuelwatch.

The firm’s proposal to bury emissions from burning wood under the North Sea is still a pipe dream, says campaigner Almuth Ernsting of Biofuelwatch.
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Get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the issues DeSmog editors and contributors will be tracking this year.

Get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the issues DeSmog editors and contributors will be tracking this year.
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Oil producers are largely calling the shots on how, and how long, they watch for leaks from underground CO2 storage sites, according to a new Environmental Integrity Project analysis.

Oil producers are largely calling the shots on how, and how long, they watch for leaks from underground CO2 storage sites, according to a new Environmental Integrity Project analysis.
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Oil Change International data shows governments have pledged $200 billion in subsidies for CCS globally.

Oil Change International data shows governments have pledged $200 billion in subsidies for CCS globally.
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The Canadian government has invested about 10 percent of $20 billion in global federal subsidies despite expert reports that point to CCS failures.

The Canadian government has invested about 10 percent of $20 billion in global federal subsidies despite expert reports that point to CCS failures.