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Carbon capture and storage: a vital low carbon technology that can deliver on economic development, energy security, and climate goals

2nd November 2015

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

The Global CCS Institute’s Senior Advisor Policy & Regulatory, Pamela Tomski, suggests recommendations for policy makers to consider to accelerate the commercial deployment of CCS.

CCS, as a part of a portfolio of low carbon emissions technologies, can deliver on climate goals and in many countries simultaneously meet energy security and sustainable economic development goals.

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Carbon capture and storage: a vital low carbon technology that can deliver on economic development, energy security, and climate goals

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