Production and Use of Carbon Dioxide In Turkey
Hüseyin Güllüce
Ataturk University


Carbondioxide production
Uses of Carbondioxide

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Güllüce, H. (2019). Production and Use of Carbon Dioxide In Turkey. International Journal of Innovative Research and Reviews, 3(2), 10-15. Retrieved from


Carbon dioxide, which is also used in industry and agriculture, is the most important of the gases that cause global warming and climate change. Naturally extracted from underground reserves or extracted from the burning of fossil fuel s, chemical reaction and fermentation in this gas industry in the food and cooling industry, firefighting, heat pumps, gas supply in various areas such as Used. Besides, carbon dioxide is an important food source for plant development and is necessary in the case of photosynthesis of plants. The presence of carbon dioxide levels in greenhouses at a certain concentration has been observed as a result of research estimating that it causes significantly increased yields in grown plants. Natural carbon dioxide extracted from underground sources is derived mainly from Denizli Kızıldere, Niğde Kemerhisar and Aksaray basins in Turkey. These deposits are the richest natural carbon dioxide fields in the world together with central European countries. Geothermal resources also have a relatively high and continuous CO2 oscillation. This causes high carbon emissions to be released into the atmosphere while energy is generated in geothermal power plants. To reduce CO2 emissions that cause global warming and climate change, it is necessary to use it temporarily or permanently in the production of various products and ensure that they are stored. This study aims to investigate CO2 production, production technologies, usage patterns, and economic potential.

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