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Ari Tapper

In reading this concept and based on our experience of the leaching of gas and chemicals stored within "Geological Formations", I cannot understand why anyone would believe they can store the gas indefinitely. What about effects of siesmic activity? Looks like this concept does not address the same major complication all combustion based energy sources experience - what to do with the spent fuel.

Christopher

Great comment Ari. How do we know that these are airtightly sealed? And what about it's effects deep down in the earth? We'd really be just making a huge underground bubble of poisinous gas (which seems like it would happily collapse). There's no way to get it to disappear, you _have_ to find a way to neutralize it.

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IGCC and Hydrogen turbines, I believe this plant configuration would be. However the key question is that the cost or $/kW of this project and how far the CO2 price would sway the econimics. Otherwise, it's a project that will have a tough future to make a decent profit.Going alone without DOE's fully support is an even higher risk.

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