This comment will address CCS from the perspective of potential suppliers, operators, and clients in large-scale systems. CCS today lacks both an economically viable policy framework and a business model. Although little has changed regarding the available technology, and the potential for CCS to mitigate emissions since publication of the comprehensive IPCC (2005) review, much has changed concerning estimates of costs, institutional barriers, and enablers. As well, the major expansion in proven reserves of natural gas gives increased impetus to understand the implications of CCS applied to power from natural gas as a significant option to mitigate emissions.
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