Carbon capture and storage "stalling" in Europe, industry warns

Will Nichols

Succession of cancelled projects see EU fall behind North America and China in development of crucial carbon abatement technology

The carbon capture and storage (CCS) industry in Europe has "stalled", with North America and China moving ahead in the race to develop a technology seen as vital to global emission reduction efforts....

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