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Can LCSF Credits Make Carbon Engineering’s Direct-Air-Capture Viable?

By Okan O. Carbon Engineer’s Direct-Air-Capture is a great solution to dealing with decentralized carbon emissions. However, it can only make a difference if it is economically viable. The Direct-Air-Capture model creates value by selling captured CO2 to enhance oil recovery projects and by selling California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCSF) credits. But how high […]

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The Benefits of CAFE are at Risk

By Lee The Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) is the regulation enacted by the US congress in 1975 to advance increases in the fuel economy of cars and light trucks sold in the US.  As a point of reference, the 2013 CAFE requirement for new small passenger cars is 37 MPG, and this increases to […]

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