Coal-rich Australia offers global funding for CCS trials

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Carbon Capture and Storage Institute to provide millions in funding to demonstration projects around the world

Six carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects around the world will receive a total of AU$18m funding from the Australian Carbon Capture and Storage Institute, as one of the world's largest coal producers...

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