Enhanced Oil Recovery

It can produce an extra 15 or 20% of the original oil. An expert on environmental policies explores an alluring purpose for carbon dioxide.

Expert(s): Scott Anderson

Enhanced Oil Recovery Carbon Emissions Carbon Capture Fossil Fuels Oil Transport

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