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Carbon Capture and Storage Workshop, Texas A&M University in Qatar
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Abstract

In this contribution, we present an overview of the contribution made by the shipping sector to global CO  emissions. We review the currently proposed technology options for mitigating these emissions, and propose a new option for the control of greenhouse gas emissions from shipping.

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  • Article Type: Review Article
Keyword(s): CO 2 transport , CO 2 capture , ammonia , co-polymerisation , ionic liquids and shipping
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