The potential for carbon-capture tech is captivating

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Corporate and investor interest in carbon capture is soaring, and there are plenty of options for businesses to explore

This week, oil giant ExxonMobil pledged $3bn to the development of a carbon capture and storage business over the next five years - in a bid to manage its business risks associated with climate change....

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