Underground carbon dioxide sequestration for climate change mitigation - A scientometric study
authors Davarazar, M; Jahanianfard, D; Sheikhnejad, Y; Nemati, B; Mostafaie, A; Zandi, S; Khalaj, M; Kamali, M; Aminabhavi, TM
nationality International
journal JOURNAL OF CO2 UTILIZATION
author keywords Scientometric study; CO(2)underground storage; Carbon dioxide reservoir; CO2 sequestration
keywords GEOLOGICAL STORAGE; GLOBAL RESEARCH; CO2 STORAGE; ENERGY MIX; SUSTAINABILITY; EMISSIONS; CRITERIA
abstract In this study, a scientometric comprehensive analysis has been executed in order to explore the scientific situation of research efforts performed previously with regard underground CO2 sequestration and encapsulation. To this end, a total of 1280 bibliographic records from the Web of Science (WoS) database were extracted and analysed to report the analysis of scientific state of the authors, journals, countries, and categories. Eventually, geospatial maps of the progress in this field are created and presented. As per the results obtained, efforts on this subject have been initiated significantly since 1990s. Scientific articles and proceeding papers share nearly 63% and 31% of the documents published. The results indicate that USA and China are the most contributing countries. Among the active journals, international journal of greenhouse gas control impact is the most active journal. It may be concluded that no highly active research group has yet been emerged. Hence, more supports and scientific efforts are needed to promote carbon dioxide capture and storage technologies.
publisher ELSEVIER SCI LTD
issn 2212-9820
isbn 2212-9839
year published 2019
volume 33
beginning page 179
ending page 188
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1016/j.jcou.2019.05.022
web of science category Chemistry, Multidisciplinary; Engineering, Chemical
subject category Chemistry; Engineering
unique article identifier WOS:000487274100019
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journal impact factor 5.993
5 year journal impact factor 6.193
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