'Major milestone': Liverpool Bay CO2 storage pipeline wins planning consent

Michael Holder
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Liverpool Bay | Credit: iStock
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Liverpool Bay | Credit: iStock

Approval for new and repurposed gas pipelines to transport CO2 captured from industrial sites across North West England and Wales hailed as 'significant step' for HyNet CCS cluster

Plans for a pipeline to transport CO2 captured from heavy industry in North West England and Wales to be stored permanently under the seabed in Liverpool Bay have taken a major step forward after the project...

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