MEPs say all oil and gas sellers should pay for carbon capture infrastructure

The European Parliament’s industry and energy committee is poised to propose the extension of an obligation for petroleum producers to develop CO2 storage capacity at their own expense to make all sellers of oil and gas responsible, while two of Europe’s most enthusiastic CCS backers have voiced doubts in the EU Council.

by Robert Hodgson

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