CCS industry: 'No technical barriers' to CCS in UK

James Murray
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CCS industry: 'No technical barriers' to CCS in UK

Industry body publishes report on lessons learned from controversial scrapping of carbon capture and storage demonstration projects

The two carbon capture and storage projects that were planned for the UK ahead of the government's scrapping of £1bn of promised funding faced "no technical barriers to delivery" and were poised to usher...

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