Carbon capture: Global CCS project pipeline enjoys record growth in 2022

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Global CCS Institute reveals record growth in global CCS development pipeline but warns overall investment levels remain low

The global pipeline for carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects has experienced record growth over the past year, yet investment remains "grossly inadequate" and must be ramped up if climate goals are...

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