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North Sea’s new bonanza

Britain could be in line for a new North Sea bonanza following research which reveals its suitability to store billions of tons of waste carbon dioxide. Rock formations beneath the sea bed have enough room to store up to 300 years’ worth of emissions from northern Europe’s power stations.

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