BP, Eni, Equinor, Shell and Total lodge bid for North Sea CO2 storage pipeline

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CO2 captured in Teesside and the Humber would be shuttled and stored under the North Sea | Credit: Endurance Partnership
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CO2 captured in Teesside and the Humber would be shuttled and stored under the North Sea | Credit: Endurance Partnership

Four oil and gas majors form alliance with National Grid in bid for government funding for project to transport and store industrial CO2 under the seabed

Five European oil majors are jointly collaborating with National Grid on a major infrastructure plan to transport carbon dioxide captured from heavy industry and bury it under the North Sea, as part of...

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