HyNet North West: Eni touts string of UK carbon capture and storage deals

Cecilia Keating
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Docks on the river Mersey in Liverpool | Credit: iStock
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Docks on the river Mersey in Liverpool | Credit: iStock

Oil major announces nearly 20 companies in North Wales and Merseyside are interested in storing their emissions in its reservoirs

Eni has announced that it has signed a flurry of partnerships with companies interested in having their emissions captured, transportedm and stored in its depleted fossil fuel reservoirs, as part of the...

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