Capturing industrial CO2 emissions in Spain: Infrastructures, costs and break-even prices
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- Olivier Massol & Stéphane Tchung-Ming & Albert Banal-Estanol, 2018. "Capturing industrial CO2 emissions in spain: infrastructures, costs and brek-even prices," Working Papers 1801, Chaire Economie du climat.
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KeywordsCarbon Capture and Storage; CO2pipeline network; Break-even price for deployment;
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