//Peter Neal (UNSW) on Carbon Capture and Storage

Peter Neal (UNSW) on Carbon Capture and Storage

Dr Peter Neal is a research associate at the Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (otherwise known as the CO2 CRC), and is located in the School of Petroleum Engineering at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. As part of this group, Dr Neal works on modelling the economics of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies. In this interview, Dr Neal describes how CCS works, where the technique is being applied current, and what the important economic factors in its use will be. Towards the end of the interview Dr Neal looks ahead to where CCS will be utilised in both the developed and the developing nations of the world.

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Dr SIMON ANGUS is a computational and complexity scientist and member of the Department of Economics, Monash University. With a background across the physical and social sciences, he has diverse interests including complex systems science, data-science, networks, systems biology, evolutionary game theory and the study of technology.