What is CarbFix?

CarbFix is the industrial process to capture CO2 and other sour gases from emission sources and permanently store it as rock in the subsurface. The process can furthermore be applied in relation to direct capture of CO2 from air. CarbFix provides a secure, cost-effective and environmentally benign way for reducing atmospheric CO2 levels and thus fighting climate change.

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Eric Oelkers receives the Urey Award

Eric Oelkers, co-director of the CarbFix project, has received this year’s Urey Award.

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CarbFix at the Stanford Geothermal Workshop

Thomas Ratouis, a reservoir engineer at Reykjavík Energy presented his paper on “Modelling the Complex Structural Features Controlling Fluid Flow at the Carbfix Reinjection Site, Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Plant, SW-Iceland” at the 44th Annual Stanford Geothermal Workshop.

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