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A new paper by a team of academics at Oxford University suggests that practically no new fossil fuel-based electric power production capacity can be built after 2017, if we are to remain within the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions limit to meet the 2°C targ ...
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A new paper by a team of academics at Oxford University suggests that practically no new fossil fuel-based electric power production capacity can be built after 2017, if we are to remain within the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions limit to meet the 2°C targ ...
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Chevron’s global chairman and chief John Watson has pushed back against the concept of a ­global price on carbon, clashing with his counterpart at fellow super major Shell by declaring the developing world needs cheaper energy and that a carbon price coul ...
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The Australian project has reached another carbon dioxide storage milestone. After four years, CO2CRC and its Australian and international research partners have safely injected 15,000 tonnes of CO2 at the Otway research facility in Nirranda South West Vi ...
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It’s hard to find a friend for carbon capture and storage (CCS). Regulators and governments – though eager to subsidise solar or wind power – offer no such encouragement to capture carbon. Last November, the UK government – a one-time champion – stuck in ...

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