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22/11/2016

South Africa Embarks On Capacity Building for C02 Storage Project

The South African Centre for Carbon Capture & Storage (SACCCS) is a division of the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI), a state owned entity established under Section 7 of the National Energy Act 2008 (Act No.34 of 2008. SACCCS has embarked on a Pilot CO2 Monitoring Capacity Building Project (PMP) which aims to use findings gathered from the monitoring research to establish a baseline monitoring for the Pilot CO2 Storage Project (PCSP). The PMP is conducted at the natural CO2 release (NCR) sites located within the Mbizana, in the Wild Coast Region of the Eastern Cape and Harding, in the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal respectively.

[http://lowcarbonlinks.com/south-africa-embarks-on-capacity-building-for-co2-storage-project/]



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