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Carbon capture and storage

mitigating carbon emissions during the energy transition

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Introduction

During the period of transition to a net-zero future, we are still reliant on fossil fuels to drive the global economy, particularly in hard to abate sectors such as fertiliser producers, steel mills and cement makers. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) or carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) are a chain of different technologies that can keep carbon dioxide from reaching the atmosphere and contributing to global warming. As key sector players continue to develop these complicated projects, our experts explore the biggest implications for the sector including major projects, changing regulation, potential disputes and financing opportunities.

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