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University of Calgary Researchers Validate Cv̄ictus's Carbon Sequestration Technology

Dr. Chris Clarkson and his research team at the University of Calgary have independently validated Cv̄ictus's patented technology to geologically sequester vast amounts of CO2 in deep coal seams with no material risk.


The U of C team and Cvictus will continue to analyze data from our successful CO2 test in winter 2022 to further improve model correlation and predict the extent of plume migration. The U of C researchers will soon publish a series of peer-reviewed articles and present results at a special session of the Unconventional Resource Technology Conference in Denver, Colorado next June 2023.


https://www.ucalgary.ca/news/albertas-deep-coal-seams-could-be-ideal-place-permanently-store-carbon-dioxide-new-project-shows










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