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Of all the routes to a low-carbon energy future, the use of carbon capture and storage (CCS) is one of the most crucial, since it could slash greenhouse gases while keeping a strong fossil fuel sector in place as global energy demand soars. But progress o ...
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A planning application for a carbon capture and storage plant at Peterhead power station has been officially lodged with Aberdeenshire Council. Shell and energy firm SSE are in the running for UK government funding to develop a commercial scheme at the Bu ...
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The Scottish and UK governments have committed more than £4m to researching a proposal for a new power station in Grangemouth. The £4.2m of funding will help inform plans to build a 570 megawatt coal-gasification power plant using green carbon capture sto ...
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NEGOTIATORS FROM NEARLY 200 countries will meet in Paris in December to seek a climate change agreement aimed at keeping the global average temperature from rising more than 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit). Beyond that threshold, many scientist ...
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The UK is likely to import more gas from Qatar, UK Department for Energy and Climate Change permanent secretary Stephen Lovegrove said in Doha yesterday. "We will import as much gas as we need, particularly from Qatar and Norway, who are our key sour ...
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T&T [Trinidad & Tobago] is the second largest emitter of greenhouse gases (GHG) globally on a per capita basis. The Energy Chamber of T&T wants to change that, piloting a proposal to reduce carbon emissions and bring in US$3.2 billion in earni ...

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