Chevron could face 10-12 Mt carbon offset bill over CCS delay

Published 09:55 on June 3, 2020  /  Last updated at 00:27 on June 4, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

A ruling by the Western Australia state government might force Chevron to buy as many as 10-12 million carbon credits to make up for excess CO2 emissions due to delays in the carbon capture and storage operations at its Gorgon oil and gas project on Barrow Island.

A ruling by the Western Australia state government might force Chevron to buy as many as 10-12 million carbon credits to make up for excess CO2 emissions due to delays in the carbon capture and storage operations at its Gorgon oil and gas project on Barrow Island.

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