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Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Oral evidence sessions announced.
This inquiry examines the Government’s commitment to deploying CCUS technology and whether it has a “Plan B” to meet the UK’s climate change targets should desired cost reductions not materialise.
Carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) is a set of technologies which can together capture carbon dioxide from waste gases, and either ‘lock up’ this carbon dioxide in long-term storage or use it in industrial processes.
Evidence given by Luke Warren, Chief Executive, The Carbon Capture & Storage Association, Professor Stuart Haszeldine, Director, Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage, Kristofer Hetland, Senior Adviser, Project Management, Equinor, Nick Sturgeon, Energy and Competitiveness Director, Chemicals Industry Association
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BEIS Committee examine the importance of CCUS in meeting UK carbon emission reductions targets