Reports: World's first steel CCS project comes online

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Reports: World's first steel CCS project comes online

Abu Dhabi project expected to save emissions equivalent to taking more than 170,000 cars off the road

The world's first commercial scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) project to be deployed at a steel plant has reportedly begun operating in Abu Dhabi with a view to cutting carbon emissions by 800,000...

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