National Grid hails North Sea carbon storage potential

Will Nichols
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Test drilling finds undersea site could hold 200 million tonnes of CO2 from a cluster of Humberside industries

The prospect of collecting emissions from an industrial hub and storing them deep below the North Sea has edged closer after initial test drilling off the Yorkshire coast was yesterday declared a success....

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