CCS 'milestone': Norway agrees backing for carbon capture, transport and storage projects

Michael Holder
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Norcem's cement factory in Brevik
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Norcem's cement factory in Brevik

Government announces NOK 80m additional funding for 2018 to cover studies of CO2 transport, storage and up to two capture facilities

The global carbon capture and storage (CCS) sector has secured a vote of confidence from the Norwegian government, which today announced £7.35m of new backing for demonstration studies on how to capture,...

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