UK's favoured CCS bids announced

April 2013
Modern Power Systems;Apr2013, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p5
The article informs that two bidders have been selected for the Great Britain Carbon Capture and Storage Commercialisation Programme Competition by the Department of Energy and Climate Change. It states that the department has selected two trust organisations including Aberdeenshire, Scotland-based Peterhead Project and Yorkshire, England-based White Rose Project. It mentions that the cost of the project has been estimated to one billion pounds.


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