Plans for subsea carbon capture given go-ahead

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Plans to store millions of tons of carbon dioxide in depleted subsea gas fields have been given the go-ahead near the Port of Rotterdam.

The CO2 will be stored in gas fields that were emptied of gas and should have the capacity for 37 million tons over the next 15 years.

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