Writing in Petroleum Review on the subject of the future of carbon capture and storage (CCS), Prof Haszeldine summarises recent developments and projects, both in the UK and internationally. His conclusion – that we are now seeing slow and steady progress towards the commercialisation of CCS – includes analyses of the technological, business and regulatory challenges.
There should, logically, be a global movement towards rapidly reducing carbon emissions – this movement is now starting to look like a long, and steady, revolution."
Prof Stuart Haszeldine
Article first published in Petroleum Review March 2014
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