DNV converts waste carbon into valuable chemical feedstock

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Norwegian firm unveils process to convert CO2 into formic acid, a lucrative chemical feedstock

Waste carbon dioxide from power plants and factories could be transformed into a range of useful products thanks to a new technology developed by Norwegian risk management firm DNV. The company, which...

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