What to do with the CO2? Oil and gas producers see EOR opportunities

After years of focusing on reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere through cap-and-trade schemes and carbon taxes, the movement has suffered a series of serious setbacks: the catastrophic climate summit in Copenhagen, the Climategate email scandal, and the effort by the newly-elected Republi...

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