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Figure 3-17. Carbon Dioxide Captured and Stored, as a Function of Primary Energy (PE) Supplied from Fossil Fuels for Various IPCC Scenarios

2050

Carbon Dioxide Captured and Stored, as a Function of Primary Energy (PE) Supplied from Fossil Fuels for Various IPCC Scenarios. 2050

2100

Carbon Dioxide Captured and Stored, as a Function of Primary Energy (PE) Supplied from Fossil Fuels for Various IPCC Scenarios. 2100

Carbon Dioxide Captured and Stored, as a Function of Primary Energy Supplied from Fossil Fuels for Various IPCC Scenarios. Note: The dashed lines in the figures reflect the correlation between fossil energy and CCS deployment.
Source: Various scenario results were extracted from the database maintained by the Center for Global Environmental Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan. See http://www.cger.nies.go.jp/cgere/db/enterprise/scenario/scenario_index_e.html.)

 


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