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The Earth has a comfortable average surface temperature between the boiling and freezing points of water, and distance from the Sun is only part of the reason why this is so. The rest is due to the composition of the Earth’s atmosphere. When Earth is compared to its solar system neighbors, Venus has a thick atmosphere of CO2, making it much too hot to support life—its surface temperature is about 860°F (441°C). Mars, on the other side of the spectrum, has much too thin a layer of CO2 and is too cold to support life—it averages -81°F (-63°C).
According to S. ” This project also is allowing the development of a cutting-edge monitoring and tracking technique leading to a better understanding of CO2 movement in the new CO2 storage reservoir. About the Frio Brine Pilot, Judd Swift says, “Its purpose is to ensure safe storage in a saline reservoir. S. project for CO2 injection. ” Frio Brine researchers drilled a well in 2004 and injected 1,904 tons (1,727 metric tons) of CO2 4,921 feet (1,500 m) underground at the South Liberty oil field near Dayton, Texas.
According to Julio Friedmann, “The Frio formation is an enormous aquifer on the Texas gulf coast. ” Large-scale injection of CO2 for the sole purpose of removing it from the atmosphere is thus far only taking place in Norway, at the off- 39 40 CLIMATE SYSTEMS shore Sleipner facility, which is run by Statoil, the oil company owned and run by Norway. Statoil strips excess CO2 from gas and injects it into an aquifer 2,625 feet (800 m) below the seabed. Operational since 1996, they have injected at least 1 million tons of CO2 a year at a low cost.