CO2 Stored database to be offered free to carbon capture developers

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The Crown Estate and the British Geological Survey to offer free, licensed access to its carbon storage database

The UK's embryonic carbon capture and storage (CCS) sector received a boost today after the Crown Estate and the British Geological Survey (BGS) announced they are to allow researchers to access a crucial...

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