UK preparing the ground for second CCS competition

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Government to meet investors and developers ahead of selection process for three carbon capture test plants later this year

The government is seeking views from potential carbon capture and storage (CCS) project developers to help with its plan to fund three second-generation demonstration schemes. The consultation exercise...

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