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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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CarbFix on Kveikur

CarbFix was featured in last weeks episode of Kveikur. Kveikur is an Icelandic weekly news show in the spirit of classical commentary with emphasis on research journalism, that addresses both local and international issues.

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GECO is hiring!

GECO is seeking two specialists to join the team (Icelandic is required)

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A Large Horizon 2020 Grant for developing Zero Emission Geothermal Power Plants

CarbFix is excited to announce that Reykjavík Energy along with a group of 17 partners across Europe have received a EUR 16 Million grant from the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovative programme.

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Press Release - ICC 2018

A Press Release regarding the International Carbon Conference 2018 was sent out to all major international news media.

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Scientific paper in Advances in Water Resources

"Multimodal imaging and stochastic percolation simulation for improved quantification of effective porosity and surface area in vesicular basalt" is a new scientific article published in Advances in Water Resources by Elsevier.

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Co-mineralization of carbon and sulfur

"Towards 'green' geothermal energy: Co-mineralization of carbon and sulfur in geothermal reservoirs" is a new scientific paper published in the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control by Elsevier.

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ICC 2018 in Energy Procedia

The International Carbon Conference 2018 will be held in Reykjavík, Iceland in September this year. The conference is a joint outreach meeting between five networks; CarbFix, S4CE, Metal-Aid, Deep Carbon Observatory and Carbon SAFE.

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CarbFix on BBC

BBC World Service recently published an article on how the CarbFix method turns CO2 in rocks - forever. The article by Valeria Perasso was published on 18 May 2018.

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Prof. Siggi Gíslason receives the C.C. Patterson award

Prof. Sigurður (Siggi) Gíslason, the head of the scientific committee and one of the founding members of the CarbFix project, has been selected to receive the C.C. Patterson Award for his work on CarbFix and volcanic hazards.

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