- adj. Alternative form of unminable.
“The Carbon Sequestration Atlas reflects some of the regional differences; for example, not all of the regional partnerships identified unmineable coal seams as potential CO2 reservoirs.”
“Table 1 indicates a lower and upper range for sequestration potential in deep saline formations and for unmineable coal seams, but only a single estimate for oil and gas fields.”
“Also, many unmineable coal seams in the United States are located near electricity-generating facilities, which could reduce the distance and cost of transporting CO2 from large point sources to storage sites.”
“DOE indicates that unmineable coal seams in the United States, however, have more potential capacity than oil and gas fields for storing CO2.”
“According to IPCC, unmineable coal seams have the smallest potential capacity for storing CO2 globally compared to oil and gas fields or deep saline formations.”
“The discrepancy could represent the relatively abundant U.S. coal reserves compared to other regions in the world, or it might also indicate the level of uncertainty in estimating the CO2 storage capacity in unmineable coal seams.”
“Three main types of geological formations are being considered for carbon sequestration: (1) depleted oil and gas reservoirs, (2) deep saline reservoirs, and (3) unmineable coal seams.”
“She then told him what Harvey Knuckle had mined from unmineable juvenile records.”
“Geologic storage is focused on five types of formations: depleted oil and gas reservoirs, deep saline formations, unmineable coal seams, oil - and gas-rich organic shales, and basalts.”
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