Social aspects of Total's Lacq CCS pilot project
AbstractThis case study describes the social aspects of Total's CO2 integrated capture, transport and storage pilot project in Frontsouthwestern France, from the initial press conference February 8th, 2007 to the announce of its end in 2013. The economic and social context was favorable. The company proactively conducted an outreach campaign relatively large for a 50 m€ investment. It was followed by an effective involvement of stakeholders, if not of the general public, through a formal continuous deliberation process led by the public authorities. Some neighbors used their rights to protest and challenge legally the project. It did not become an issue at the national level.
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CCS; pilot project; outreach; communication; France; case study;
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