UK Picks Two CCS Projects For Government Funding

UK Picks Two CCS Projects For Government Funding
The UK government chose two clusters that will receive funding and develop carbon capture usage and storage projects from 2025.

The East Coast Cluster is enabled by the Northern Endurance Partnership – a collaboration between BP, Eni, Equinor, National Grid, Shell, and Total, with BP leading as the operator.

“Today is a significant milestone on our country’s journey to net zero emissions by 2050. We are delighted that the East Coast Cluster has been selected and we will look forward to delivering our project, removing up to 50 percent of the UK’s industrial cluster CO2 emissions, creating tens of thousands of jobs, and establishing the UK as a leader in the energy transition,” Andy Lane, MD of the Northern Endurance Partnership, said.

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