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Deeply suspicious as we are of Carbon Capture – it may work – a bit

Equinor said this week that it was signing up international partners for its carbon capture operations, which include a live pipeline to store carbon  under the North Sea. It calls it the Northern Lights Projects and has signed up its first 7 European businesses. It has partnered to create the project with Shell and Total, and now has signed Air Liquide, Arcelor Mittal, Ervia, Fortum Oyj, HeidelbergCement AG, Preem, and Stockholm Exergi to enjoy its benefits. We are getting to the point where we start shaking our heads the moment we hear the words “Carbon Capture”. It has already been well established that taking carbon from the air is exceptionally inefficient and expensive and that this will never happen at…

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