Strong carbon price can drive CCS success, says TCM chief

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Director of Norwegian test centre calls on governments to support more large-scale projects and build momentum in the sector

The carbon capture and storage (CCS) industry needs a stronger carbon price to ensure the technology can play a major role in tackling climate change, according to the director of Norwegian test site Technology...

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