Brussels' CCS plans left in tatters as ArcelorMittal shelves carbon capture project

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Chris Davies, MEP: "Hopes of Europe becoming a world leader in the development of a key technology to combat global warming have been dashed"

European plans to fund a fleet of carbon capture and storage (CCS) demonstration projects have been "dashed", after steel giant AccelorMittal announced it was withdrawing its funding application for a...

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