The Carbon Sequestration Initiative (CSI) is an industrial consortium formed to investigate carbon capture and storage technologies. The consortium began in July 2000. Currently there are fourteen sponsors: Alstom Power, American Petroleum Institute, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Duke Energy, ENEL, Entergy, EPRI, ExxonMobil, Schlumberger Carbon Services, Shell, Southern Company, Suncor and Vattenfall.
The Consortium objectives include:
Provide an objective source of assessment and information about carbon sequestration.
Establish a members' information network to provide timely updates on relevant activities and new findings.
Explore the societal and technical aspects of carbon sequestration.
Educate a wider audience on the possibilities of carbon sequestration.
Link industry to expanding government activities on these topics.
Stimulate and seed new research ideas.
Create an annual forum for strategic thinking and identification of new business opportunities.
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