Norwegian Carbon Capture.Sat, May 12, 2012 - 1:44 PM
It's cost about US$ 985 million, but it is finally open. That's a lot of money for a form of carbon scrubbing that is considered by some in Norway to be dead and buried........ pardon the pun.
The other key part to it all, after the process of removing the CO2, is finding somewhere geologically suitable to place it. Nations on active plate boundaries should not apply.
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Big ideasNorway's PM seems to tower over everyone else in the pictures. You seem to have a wide range of interests, and find some fascinating articles, without editorialyzing. Cool.