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Pros and cons of carbon capture and storage

A wide range of speakers debated the benefits and challenges of carbon capture and storage (CCS) at ICE West Midland’s recent Carbon capture & storage: A strategy for industrial development conference, pictured here at the Arup Campus, Solihull. One of the key event focuses was how to overcome the costs of fitting CCS technology on new and existing power ­stations.

Speakers included, from left to right, front row: Scottish and Souhern Energy’s Laura Galvin, Amec’s Alastair Rennie, Richard Coackley, Tim Yeo MP, Arup’s Steve Argent, Martineau’s Catherine Burke. Back row:  Callum Hughes of Yellow Wood Energy, Eon’s Robin Irons, and Martineau’s Paul Mountain.

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