Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration News for 10-26-2014

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You are currently signed up for the Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration News and today's issue summarizes global coverage for 10/26/2014.

At-A-Glance Vitals
Quick summary of yesterday's news:

Total Coverage    3
Total Word Count    1,512
News[VIEW]    3 (100.00%)
Unique News Stories    3
Blog Posts[VIEW]    0 (0.00%)
Tweets[VIEW]    0 (0.00%)
Videos[VIEW]    27 videos from 21 users totaling 5 Hours / 48.10 Minutes
Bookmarks[VIEW]    0 from 0 users
Twitter Details    0 Twitters totaling followers, 0 hashtags, 0 replies, 0 retweets, 0 users replied to, 0 users retweeted, and 0 total links

The map below shows all geographic mentions across both mainstream and social media coverage.

The following people, organizations, and locations dominated the global conversation yesterday. Click on each to view its full profile, with interactive timelines, maps, dashboards, and a complete list of coverage. Note that even if you have filters enabled, these lists reflect ALL news and social media coverage.

Top person names mentioned in today's news:

Ben Southwood    1 (33.33%)
Eric Sievers    1 (33.33%)
Brian Cochrane    1 (33.33%)
Graeme Sweeney    1 (33.33%)
Tom Sigurdson    1 (33.33%)
Top organization names mentioned in today's news:

Adam Smith Institute    1 (33.33%)
Department For Energy    1 (33.33%)
Scientific Alliance    1 (33.33%)
Us Energy Information Administration    1 (33.33%)
Eu Renewable Energy    1 (33.33%)
European Commission    1 (33.33%)
International Longshore    1 (33.33%)
Top cities worldwide mentioned in today's news:

British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada    1 (33.33%)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada    1 (33.33%)

Below are the top 25 articles of yesterday, ranked in order of their overall potential and actual impact on the global media ecosystem surrounding this topic.

Wind farms 'will never keep the lights on': Study claims turbines are 'expensive and deeply inefficient' | Daily Mail Online

... a legacy of underinvestment and neglect. 'To deliver this, we need a diverse energy mix that includes renewable sources like wind and solar alongside nuclear and technologies like carbon capture and storage so we can continue to use fossil fuels in a cleaner way.' ...

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DuPont, Ethanol Europe to develop Macedonia cellulosic biorefinery | Hydrocarbon Processing | October 2014

... developing a sustainable agricultural supply chain practices. Through appropriate modern agricultural practices, the Macedonia plant could encourage remarkable levels of soil carbon sequestration and improvement within Macedonia, as well as very high levels of GHG savings from the cellulosic ethanol produced, according to project officials. This project is particularly significant for its ...

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Gordienko, Hunt, Cochrane and Sigurdson: Environmentalists get facts wrong about coal | The Province

... SaskPower coal-fired generating plant in Estevan, Saskatchewan, that opened in September is so exciting. The Boundary Dam project is the world's first large-scale coal plant to use carbon capture and storage technology to reduce sulphur dioxide emissions by 100 per cent and CO2 emissions by 90 per cent per year, cutting one million tonnes of greenhouse gas a year. That the equivalent of ...

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