South Korea announces multi-billion dollar CCS test programme

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Technology key to achieving 90 per cent cut in CO2 levels by 2020

South Korea's government has announced a wide-ranging carbon capture and storage (CCS) research and development programme that will see it invest directly in a number of high-profile pilot projects...

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