What do tests say about putting coal emissions back into the ground?



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    CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) would theoretically reduce emissions of carbon dioxide by 80 percent, according to predictions in 2008.  This is of particular interest to air travel.  The trouble is that the sequestering of carbon dioxide requires a large amount of energy, and would require coal plants to use 25 to 40 percent more fuel.

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