Norway is one of the few European countries where CCS has been deployed (Photo: Kjetil Alsvik/Statoil)

CO2 storage still needed for carbon-neutral EU in 2050

The use of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies is "still necessary" to achieve long-term climate goals, the European Commission said in a strategy paper published on Wednesday (28 November).

As of today, there are no commercially-viable uses of CCS in the EU. The only European country where CCS is used on an industrial scale, is non-EU member Norway.

However, if the EU is to achieve...

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