XPRIZE launches $20m carbon capture and utilisation competition

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US energy giant and oil sands body stump up funding for carbon capture technology prize

The high profile XPRIZE initiative has this week launched a new $20m prize designed to spark innovation in the emerging carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) sector. The competition, which follows the...

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