Cracks in abandoned wells could hinder carbon sequestration efforts

In search of ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, engineers are investigating the feasibility of sequestering carbon dioxide in saltwater aquifers deep underground. New Penn State research suggests that cracks in abandoned oil and gas wells, depending on their size and other factors, may impede sequestration efforts.

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Cracks in abandoned wells could hinder carbon sequestration efforts


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