UK opens CO2 storage licensing round

13 areas are available for bidders in Britain's first-ever solicitation for CO2 storage.

Photo: Aaron Chown/AFP / POOL

The British government has set a goal to store 20–30 million tonnes of CO2 annually from 2030 via four clusters.

To that end, UK officials have opened the nation's first-ever CO2 storage licensing round, confirms North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA), formerly named the Oil and Gas Authority, in a statement.

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