Industry: Slow progress on CCS threatens climate action

Will Nichols
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Number of new carbon capture and storage projects falls from 75 to 65 over 2012 prompting industry to call for action to support the technology

The number of new carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects has dropped over the past year, prompting industry calls for greater support for a nascent sector widely regarded as key to action on climate...

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