Can Oil and Gas save Carbon Capture Storage (CCS) in Europe?

Gavin Ward, Martin Wilkes (RISC Advisory) and Conor Ward (University of Edinburgh) have had an article featured in the March 2018 edition of GEO ExPro Magazine. ‘Can Oil and Gas save Carbon Capture Storage (CCS) in Europe?‘ discusses in detail the pertinent topic of how carbon pricing and the transition to carbon capture and storage is inextricably linked to the oil and gas industry. This edition of GeoExpro magazine focuses on CCS and what role the industry has to play in achieving the worlds greenhouse gas reduction targets.

To read the full article please click here, or to view the entire online magazine please visit the GEO ExPro website. The featured article is placed on pages 56-58 of the online magazine.

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