Like methane, nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases, carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas, which means that it absorbs heat and releases it gradually over time. But while CO2 absorbs less heat per molecule than other greenhouse gases, its abundance and longevity gives it...
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Category: Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage
Help meet society's energy needs, sustainably, with a degree from one of the world's top programs
Gain a comprehensive overview of the fundamental building blocks of the digital oilfield
Expand your professional opportunities with deeper knowledge in geology, geophysics and petroleum engineering
Develop a solid foundation and proficiency in the latest geophysical methods used in the energy industry
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