CCS race heats up with launch of plans for new Grangemouth plant

James S Murray
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US-based energy firm unveils proposal for large scale Scottish CCS plant

The UK's emerging carbon capture and storage (CCS) sector took a major step forward yesterday with news that a consortium of energy companies are pursuing plans for a new large scale demonstration project...

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