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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New paper in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta

Using stable Mg isotope signatures to assess the fate of magnesium during the in situ mineralisation of CO2 and H2S at the CarbFix site in SW-Iceland. By Eric H. Oelkers, Rhiannon Butcher, Philip A.E. Pogge von Strandmann et.al

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CarbFix2 in the Horizon Magazine

Storing CO2 underground can curb carbon emissions, but is it safe? is an article by Jonathan O'Callaghan that was published by the Horizon Magazine. There he writes about the CarbFix2 project and the ENOS (ENabling Onshore CO2 Storage) project and how these two projects are tackling some of the issues facing carbon storage.

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