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22.12.2016

CarbFix presented at COP22

CarbFix was presented in two workshops in the Nordic Pavillion at the COP22, UN Climate negotiations in Marrakech on November 7-18, 2016.

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22.12.2016

CNBC story on CarbFix

CNBC recently published a story on how the CarbFix method can be used to store CO2 in rocks.

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09.09.2016

CarbFix on PBS Newshour

CarbFix was recently covered on PBS Newshour.

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10.06.2016

CarbFix receives world attention

CarbFix has received world attention on today's publication in Science.

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09.06.2016

CarbFix paper in Science

Science will publish a paper tomorrow from the CarbFix team that demonstrates that it is possible to permanently store carbon dioxide as minerals in basaltic rocks and that over 95% of CO2 injected is mineralized within two years, instead of centuries or millennia as previously thought.

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18.05.2016

CCS at Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Plant

The CarbFix project started at the Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Plant in 2007

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18.05.2016

CarbFix at the Living Art Museum

The core that was drilled into the CarbFix pilot injection site in 2014 is a part of the Infinite Next exhibition at the Living Art Museum in Reykjavík, Iceland.

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18.05.2016

Paper on the CarbFix injection method

The CarbFix team recently published a paper on the dissolved CO2 injection system developed within the CarbFix project. The title of the paper is „Solving the carbon-dioxide buoyancy challenge: The design and field testing of a dissolved CO2 injection system“ and its first author is Dr. Bergur Sigfússon.

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18.05.2016

CarbFix presented at the III GGDP Roundtable

In conjunction with the Iceland Geothermal Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland April 26-28, 2016, the World Bank held a roundtable on its Global Geothermal Development Plan.

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18.05.2016

OR Group nominated for the Nordic Council Nature and Environment Prize

The OR Group was nominated for the Nordic Council Nature and Environment Prize in 2015.

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