South Korean energy player buys stake in big US CCS ethanol project

Published 09:07 on May 10, 2022  /  Last updated at 09:07 on May 10, 2022  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, South Korea, US  /  No Comments

SK E&S, an energy subsidiary of South Korean conglomerate SK Group, will invest $110 million in a CCS project that aims to capture and store CO2 from over thirty ethanol plants in the US mid-west, the company announced on Tuesday.

SK E&S, an energy subsidiary of South Korean conglomerate SK Group, will invest $110 million in a CCS project that aims to capture and store CO2 from over thirty ethanol plants in the US mid-west, the company announced on Tuesday.

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