Norway ditches 'moon landing' carbon capture project

Will Nichols
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Plans for a full-scale plant next to Mongstad test centre have been halted but government reaffirms intent to develop CCS elsewhere

Norway has abandoned plans to build a full-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) plant at the Mongstad refinery, curtailing a $1bn project known as the country's "moon landing". The Ministry of Petroleum...

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