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The challenging costs of CCS

Most climate models acknowledge the need for the permanent removal and storage of atmospheric carbon dioxide. But it’s difficult to find organisations willing to fund the development of such technologies. Jennifer Johnson looks at how a combination of innovative finance and policy backing could turn the tide for CCS.

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PR Oct 21 pp26-27.pdf

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Journal title: Petroleum Review

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Carbon capture, usage and storage -

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