Report for the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

This report has explored potential for CO2 storage in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia, which can support achieving Sustainable Development Goals and attaining carbon neutrality targets.

The study highlights tools and methodologies that countries can use to assess potential and develop policies in support of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), which can make CCUS technologies a reality sooner.

Wolfgang Heidug, Filip Neele, Lydia Rycroft, Luca Taschini, Colin Ward. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 2021.

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