ПЕРСПЕКТИВЫ И ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫЕ ЭФФЕКТЫ ПРОЕКТОВ СЕКВЕСТРАЦИИ И ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ УГЛЕКИСЛОГО ГАЗА
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The issues of global warming and emergence of the greenhouse effect are widely discussed on a global scale. At the same time, various ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are being actively explored and tested, including technologies for carbon (CO2) capture and storage, which are implemented in the forms of CC(U)S (carbon capture, utilization and storage) projects. Such technologies have not been yet applied in Russia, but the country has significant potential for their deployment. CC(U)S technologies play a special role in the context of the development of energy and industrial sectors of Russia, which are key sources of emissions and, at the same time, their geological objects are potential carbon storages. The purpose of the study is a conceptual analysis of CC(U)S technological cycle and the typology of such projects, as well as assessment the prospects for their implementation in Russia and identification of the social effects from the implementation of CC(U)S projects. The main results of the study are presented in the form of a typology of CC(U)S projects, a strategic analysis of the prospects for the implementation of such technologies in Russia, as well as identifying potential positive and negative impacts on various social aspects with the set of indicators. The main research methods were methods of scientific analysis, decomposition, systematization and classification, typology, as well as methods of strategic analysis with an orientation on relevant practical materials on the topic. The directions of further research are related to the creation of methodology for evaluation the public efficiency of CC(U)S projects, including Russia, based on the principles of balancing the interests of key stakeholders.
Date submitted: 2020-05-07
Date accepted: 2020-06-11
Date published: 2020-07-31
Section: Geoeconomics and Management
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