Massive CCS investment deal at risk after Treasury scraps demonstration funding

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EXCLUSIVE: More than £100m of Chinese investment was lined up for White Rose carbon capture project, ahead of Treasury pulling plug on promised £1bn CCS funding

Hundreds of millions of pounds of foreign investment looks set to be lost as a result of the government's shock decision to scrap the long-awaited £1bn carbon capture and storage (CCS) demonstration funding...

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