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Western Australia, Australia: Location DB Profile: All Organizations

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This page lists all organizations mentioned in articles mentioning Western Australia, Australia relating to Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Western Australia, Australia Location DB Profile.

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Ipcc   9.28% (224)
Storage Institute   8.78% (212)
Us Department Of Energy   8.28% (200)
Southern Energy   6.87% (166)
Greenpeace   6.83% (165)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   6.58% (159)
Department Of Energy   6.54% (158)
Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum   5.80% (140)
Environmental Protection Agency   5.80% (140)
United Nations   5.59% (135)
European Union   5.30% (128)
Royal Dutch Shell   5.30% (128)
Bureau Of Land Management   5.26% (127)
Cambridge University   5.18% (125)
Tec Ltd   5.01% (121)
International Energy Agency   4.97% (120)
Research Centre For Greenhouse Gas Technologies   4.76% (115)
Scottishpower   4.39% (106)
National Energy Technology Laboratory   4.31% (104)
Oil Recovery   4.22% (102)
Fluor Corporation   4.06% (98)
Imperial College   4.02% (97)
Sandia National Laboratories   3.93% (95)
Baard Energy   3.93% (95)
Bellona Foundation   3.93% (95)
Montana State University   3.93% (95)
Peel Power   3.89% (94)
Bureau Of Economic Geology   3.89% (94)
Pacific Northwest Division   3.89% (94)
University Of Nottingham   3.89% (94)
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