Carbon capture leads the way towards a cleaner future by taking the gas of life from the atmosphere
In the stormy North Sea off Denmark, chemicals giant INEOS is leading the way in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) to make a cleaner future for us all. On Wednesday this week, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark triggered the flow of CO2 in the innovative installation. Founded by self-made British billionaire and Manchester United fan Sir Jim Ratcliffe-he has made an offer to buy the club-British-based INEOS is the fourth largest chemical company in the world and is now pioneering the process of removing CO2 and storing it in a former oil field 1,800 metres beneath the seabed some 200 kilometres from the port of Esbjerg in south-west Denmark. If this succeeds, it paves the way for further such projects off the British coast. “Absolutely,” says INEOS spokesman Richard Longden. “We are learning a lot from the work that is going into this. We are involved in Acorn and HyNet 2 in the UK.
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