ETI progresses North Sea CO2 storage studies

Offshore staff

LOUGHBOROUGH, UK – The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) is seeking partners for the next phase of a North Sea carbon dioxide (CO2) storage study.

ETI aims to identify more sites in the North Sea and waters elsewhere in the UK to store emissions from coal and gas power stations and heavy industry plants.

Britain’s Department of Energy and Climate Change is providing funding for the project. Proposals must be received by Feb. 2, 2015.

12/17/2014

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