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Inpex spends $10m investigating CCS; Adani urges more secrecy

LNG company Inpex has told the Productivity Commission it's not cost effective to sequester its emissions unless there's a carbon price of $100 in place, while Adani has called for more restrictions on public access to documents.



Finkel extols coal-to-hydrogen

Chief scientist Dr Alan Finkel and a top carbon capture and storage expert have praised efforts to develop a coal-to-hydrogen industry in Victoria's Latrobe Valley.

Chevron starts injecting CO2 at Gorgon

In a milestone development, Chevron Australia today announced it has started operating what will be the world's largest sequestration project of its type at its Gorgon LNG plant.




Major LNG project designed-out scope for CCS

Shell designed-out the possibility of a carbon capture unit on its Prelude floating LNG operation, despite saying it would keep space available for it, new documents show.


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