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Iceland: Iceland To Lock Co2 In Its Volcanic Bedrock

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By Reuters

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HENGILL, ICELAND (RECENT) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF BORE HOLE AT HELLISHEIDI GEOTHERMAL POWER STATION VARIOUS OF THE POWER STATION VALGUDUUR JONSSON, REYKJAVIK ENERGY SPOKESMAN SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): VALGUDUUR JONSSON, REYKJAVIK ENERGY, SAYING: "The stuff came from there in the first place and the idea is to put it back down there, back to where it came from. So, of course this is still in the research stage so we don't know all the facts yet but the hope is that this will be the case that it will just crystallise down there an stay down there. VARIOUS OF THE POWER STATION SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): VALGUDUUR JONSSON, REYKJAVIK ENERGY, SAYING: "If its successful here this would, in a very short while become a pan-Iceland system and after that it could be a global solution for CO2 emittance because everywhere in the world where you have basalt in the subterranean layers then you would be able to do that, to actually inject CO2 into basalt layers and have it crystallising down there." VARIOUS INTERNAL SHOTS OF THE POWER STATION PIPEWORK CONNCETED WITH CARBFIX, THAT WILL SEND CO2 BACK UNDERGROUND HOLMFRIDUR SIGURDARDOTTIR, CARBFIX PROJECT DIRECTOR SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): HOLMFRIDUR SIGURDARDOTTIR, CARBFIX PROJECT DIRECTOR SAYING: "We don't want to build a very expensive set up for this because we want to be able to take the set up to other countries, the third world for example where we can find basaltic rock and where we can use it and we don't want to use an expensive set up." A LUMP OF CARBON CALCITE

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Iceland
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