Global carbon capture and storage capacity increases by a third in nine months

Cecilia Keating
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Drax power station, where the UK's largest CCS project is being planned
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Drax power station, where the UK's largest CCS project is being planned

But more action is required to scale sector critical to achieving climate goals, warns industry group behind latest status report

The pipeline of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects around the world has swelled over the nine months as awareness and understanding of the need to mitigate emissions from carbon intensive power...

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