Document Type

Closed Project

Publication Date

Spring 2019

Instructor

Judith Estep

Course Title

Energy Technology Innovation

Course Number

ETM 568

Subjects

Carbon sequestration -- Technological innovations, Carbon sequestration -- Economic aspects, Greenhouse gas mitigation, Carbon dioxide -- Environmental aspects, Atmospheric carbon dioxide -- Storage -- Technological innovations

Abstract

In order for carbon negative technologies to make it to market and be sustainably effective there are many facets which must be considered. The technology must posses both the potential for economic incentive and be scalable enough to have worldwide impact. A SWOT analysis was performed on two companies with varied technologies and approaches to profit. Due to the nature of the competitive oil and carbon market, the scope of this analysis was limited to one oil company and one carbon company to understand how their approaches to scalability and profit differ and align.

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Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/29162

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