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Glenn Bark, natural resources engineering teacher Photo: Richard Renberg
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In the media: Fracturing for the climate

Published: 22 November 2021

Researchers with state support are now investigating for the first time whether Sweden can bury carbon dioxide on land - deep in the bedrock outside Kalix.

"We want to see if we can find basalt and other rocks that react easily with carbon dioxide, to see if it is possible to store carbon dioxide on land in Sweden," says Glenn Bark, researcher in ore geology at Luleå University of Technology.

Glenn Bark

Glenn Bark, Senior Lecturer

Phone: +46 (0)920 491039
Organisation: Ore Geology, Geosciences and Environmental Engineering, Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering