Edinburgh Research Explorer

Stuart Haszeldine

Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage

  1. The Potential Role of Biochar in Combating Climate Change in Scotland: An Analysis of Feedstocks, Life Cycle Assessment and Spatial Dimensions

    Ahmed, S., Hammond, J., Ibarrola Esteinou, R., Shackley, S. & Haszeldine, S., 2012, In : Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 55, 4, p. 487 - 505 19 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  2. Pipeline Infrastructure for CO2 Transport in Europe

    Ainger, D., Argent, S. & Haszeldine, R. S., 18 Oct 2010, SCCS.

    Research output: Working paper

  3. Optimising CO2 storage in geological formations: A case study ofshore Scotland - CO2 MultiStore project

    Akhurst, M. C., Callaghan, E. A., Hannis, S. D., Kirk, K. L., Monaghan, A. A., Pearce, J. M., Williams, J. D. O., Jin, M., Mackay, E., Pickup, G. E., Goldthorpe, W., Mallows, T., Haszeldine, R. S. & McDermott, C., 1 Sep 2015, SCCS. 88 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

  4. Acorn: Developing Full-chain Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage in a Resource- and Infrastructure-Rich Hydrocarbon Province

    Alcalde, J., Heinemann, N., Mabon, L., Worden, R. H., De Coninck, H., Robertson, H., Maver, M., Ghanbari, S., Swennenhuis, F., Mann, I., Walker, T., Gomersal, S., Bond, C. E., Allen, M. J., Haszeldine, R. S., James, A., Mackay, E. J., Brownsort, P. A., Faulkner, D. R. & Murphy, S., 1 Oct 2019, In : Journal of Cleaner Production. 233, p. 963-971

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  5. Estimating geological CO2 storage security to deliver on climate mitigation

    Alcalde, J., Flude, S., Wilkinson, M., Johnson, G., Edlmann, K., Bond, C., Scott, V., Gilfillan, S., Ogaya, X. & Haszeldine, R., 12 Jun 2018, In : Nature Communications.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  6. The potential for implementation of Negative Emission Technologies in Scotland

    Alcalde, J., Smith, P., Haszeldine, R. S. & Bond, C. E., 1 Sep 2018, In : International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 76, p. 85-91

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  7. ORGANIC MATURATION OF SCOTTISH DINANTIAN OIL-SHALES - A STUDY USING BIOMARKERS

    BATESON, J. F. & Haszeldine, S., 1986, In : Scottish Journal of Geology. 22, p. 426-428 3 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  8. OXYGEN ISOTOPIC ANALYSIS OF DIAGENETIC QUARTZ OVERGROWTHS FROM THE BRENT SANDS - A COMPARISON OF 2 PREPARATION METHODS

    BRINT, J. F., HAMILTON, P. J., Haszeldine, S., FALLICK, A. E. & BROWN, S., 1991, In : Journal of sedimentary petrology. 61, 4, p. 527-533 7 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  9. CO₂ storage and Enhanced Oil Recovery in the North Sea: Securing a low-carbon future for the UK

    Ball, M. (ed.), Mann, I. (ed.), Sim, G. (ed.), Brownsort, P., Carruthers, K., Consulting, D., Energy, E., Haszeldine, R. S., Johnson, G., Kapila, R. V., Kemp, A., Littlecott, C., Mabon, L., Mackay, E., Macrory, R., Meyvis, B., Olden, P., Paisley, R., Paterson, J., Pickup, G. E. & 5 others, Piessens, K., Stewart, R. J., Turk, J., Turner, K. & Welkenhuysen, K., 1 Jun 2015, SCCS. 88 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

  10. Clean Growth Strategy – Consultation Response: SCCS response to the UK Government consultation on the Clean Growth Strategy

    Bell, R., Haszeldine, R., Brownsort, P. & Mackay, E., Dec 2017, SCCS, p. 1-11, 11 p. (SCCS Working Papers; no. WP SCCS 2017-08).

    Research output: Working paper

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