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26 Bids For UK's First CCS Round

Sep 22, 2022

UK regulator the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has announced that 26 bids were submitted in the UK's first carbon storage licensing round by a total of 19 companies. On offer were 13 areas, off the coasts of Aberdeen, Teesside, Liverpool and Lincolnshire. Licenses are expected to be awarded in early 2023. NSTA says that the differing sizes and scale of each project means they will progress at different speeds…

Eni Applies For Southern North Sea CCS License

Sep 22, 2022

The UK arm of Italian energy group Eni has has applied for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) license for the depleted Hewett gas field in the Southern North Sea.  Eni says that the application, submitted through the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA)…

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