Carbon capture systems must be developed in the UK if we are to have any hope of reaching net zero

The Telegraph | Aug 15, 2020 at 5:00 PM
  • Stretching 81 miles out to sea from Scotland’s rugged north-east coast, the Goldeneye pipeline has helped bring vast amounts of gas back to the mainland for owner Shell during its 16 years of operation.
  • Projects’ viability also rests heavily on the price industrial giants have to pay for their carbon emissions.
  • Tata Chemicals Europe is developing a system to use carbon dioxide from the power plant at its Northwich industrial site to make more of the widely used chemical sodium bicarbonate.