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Yorkshire carbon capture power plant gets EU funding Drax, the operator of Britain's biggest power station, has secured up to €300m (£238m) of European Union funding to build a power plant whose carbon dioxide emissions will be trapped and buried dee ...
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The UK's fledgling carbon capture and storage (CCS) industry is expected to receive a major boost this week, as the European Commission prepares to announce the latest round of funding from its NER300 clean energy programme. BusinessGreen understands ...
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The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the cost of carbon capture and storage (CCS) for coal fired power stations is dropping at a time when coal use is ramping up. CCS is the method of removing CO2 emissions from processes such as coal-fired energy p ...
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Pupils at Boddam School were treated to a science lesson with a difference recently courtesy of oil and gas giant, Shell. A series of educational workshops were set up at the school on Tuesday, June 24 by Shell who had tied up with the Global CCS Institut ...
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Norway’s former left-center government didn’t manage to get its own much-hyped carbon capture project up and running at the Mongstad refinery on the west coast, but now the new conservative government is happy to help finance another such project in the E ...
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Former House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt (D-Mo.) and former Sen. Tim Hutchinson (R-Ark.) are pushing legislation to promote carbon capture and sequestration technologies, plus their use in enhanced oil recovery. Gephardt and Hutchinson headlined a co ...

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