Waste to energy (wte) plant operator Cory has announced that it now plans to work with a British carbon capture and storage network, Viking CCS, to explore the transport and sequestration of the CO2 emissions from its waste incineration activities in South London. The company has one major operational waste incineration facility in the borough of Bexley and is currently developing a second Riverside wte plant. Cory had been previously investigating carbon storage in Norway under a memorandum of understanding with the Northern Lights joint venture. Viking is a CO2 transportation and storage network based in the Humber region led by the oil and gas company Harbour Energy together with non-operating partner BP and Associated British Ports (ABP). ...
Cory enters agreement with Viking CCS for CO2 transport and storage
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