An Assessment of State Needs for Regulating Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide

This report lays a foundation for states to accurately project additional personnel and associated costs and supporting capital outlay for a Class VI primacy program for “large-scale” geosequestration. The Underground Injection Control (UIC) program, expected to be the resident instrument for implementing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s sequestration regulatory program, has provided the framework for the safe and effective isolation of fluids injected underground for 30 years.

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MODIFICATION OF RESOLUTION 08-1 REGARDING FEDERAL DELEGATION OF THE CLASS VI UIC PROGRAM TO THE STATES

White Paper Summarizing 2012 Stray Gas Incidence & Response Forum

The purpose of the Forum was to explore the technical and scientific basis for stray gas investigations including the fundamentals of the physical and chemical properties of methane, and factors that influence the occurrence, migration, and fate of methane in the shallow subsurface environment. The conference agenda was structured to address the diverse topics and issues that should be considered during the course of an emergency stray gas incident response.

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