Hidden emissions from CCUS push could derail the UK’s net zero strategy -think tank

Published 00:01 on June 20, 2024  /  Last updated at 16:48 on June 19, 2024  / Rebecca Gualandi /  EMEA

A drive to scale carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects, including 'blue' hydrogen and gas with abatement, could lead to increased demand for LNG imports, which in turn would cause the UK to exceed its carbon budget, research by a financial climate think tank has found.
A drive to scale carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects, including 'blue' hydrogen and gas with abatement, could lead to increased demand for LNG imports, which in turn would cause the UK to exceed its carbon budget, research by a financial climate think tank has found.


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