Exclusive: Siemens, Hitachi, and Mitsubishi vying for CCS testing slot

Will Nichols
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Engineering giants looking to trial new carbon capture technology also in running to build fully operational plant at Norwegian test bed

Siemens, Hitachi, and Mitsubishi are among the companies bidding to be the next operators to use the world's largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) test bed. Norway's Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM)...

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