BOC takes 15 per cent stake in leading UK CCS project

Will Nichols
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Gas specialist will supply equipment for £4.5bn Don Valley power project in Yorkshire, following CCS partnership with Drax

Industrial gas specialist BOC has increased its interests in the UK carbon capture and storage (CCS) sector by taking a 15 per cent stake in the proposed £4.5bn Don Valley Power Project in South Yorkshire....

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