The disputed technology of carbon capture and storage (CCS) was thrown a lifeline this week after three majors said they would move ahead with a large-scale project in Norway.
Total and Shell will join Statoil in developing a major CCS project to transport carbon dioxide using ships that could also store CO2 from other nations in the future.
The project, which will capture CO2 from industrial plants in eastern Norway and store it under the North Sea seabed, will have an initial capacity of up to...
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