Oct 23rd 2012
National Gridís carbon capture and storage project moves forward
National Grid has announced the results of its latest consultation on its proposed carbon capture and storage (CCS) pipeline project in the Yorkshire and Humber region on Monday 22 October. The system operator has identified the locations of the above ground installations required for the safe operation of its pipeline, and has selected a proposed landfall point at the coast where the pipeline will enter the sea. The announcement follows seven public exhibitions over the summer, during which communities were able to view National Grid's proposals and offer feedback on the above ground installations. National Grid head of CCS Jim Ward said he was "delighted that so many people took the time to visit the exhibitions" and comment on the plans.
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