Permitting Issues Related to Carbon Capture and Storage for Coal-Based Power Plant Projects in Developing APEC Economies

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Permitting Issues Related to Carbon Capture and Storage for Coal-Based Power Plant Projects in Developing APEC Economies

Publication Number

APEC#212-RE-01.7

Published Date

September 2012

Type of Publication

Reports

Publications Under

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation(SCE), Energy(EWG)

Accessed

2139

Pages

256

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Description

This study examines Carbon capture and storage legal and regulatory regimes for nine developing APEC economies: People’s Republic of China, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, the Philippines, Chinese Taipei, Thailand and Viet Nam.

Executive Summary
1. Introduction
2. Study Methodology
3. Status of CCS-Related Laws in Developing APEC Economies
4. CCS Regulatory and Permitting Best Practices
5. Essential CCS Permitting Regimes
6. A Path for CCS in Coal-Fired Power Plants in Developing APEC Economies
Appendices