Oil-extraction method also could reduce greenhouse gas

Dispatch: Carbon dioxide produced by FirstEnergy's W. H. Sammis power plant along the Ohio River could be injected underground to force more oil out of old wells. A gas tied to climate change could someday bring new life to old Ohio oil fields. State officials are investigating whether carbon dioxide could be used to draw millions of barrels of crude oil from fields that were all but played out. Energy companies have injected carbon dioxide into old oil fields in Texas and California for decades.......

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