Carbon Capture and Storage: Enhancing the Role for Natural Gas Generation in a Low-Carbon Future
By Sean Biggs and Kenneth Yeasting
Since 2008 the US shale gas revolution has significantly improved the economics of gas-fired generation such that new gas is lower cost than new coal, and new gas with carbon capture and storage (CCS) is lower cost than new coal with CCS. This is likely to inspire a reassessment of the role of natural gas in a future lower-carbon generation mix and a redirection of some CCS research and development spending toward natural gas combined-cycle gas turbine facilities with CCS....
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