Carbon capture and storage: Another arrow in the green quiver

Given the steep Paris targets, companies are looking to reduce their emissions by capturing carbon and using it for the production of a host of items including soda ash As is the case with any new technology, the cost of capturing carbon dioxide is exorbitant at present ($45-50 per tonne), though it has fallen considerably since 2004 when it was $250 per tonne.

With the 2016 Paris Agreement setting a moonshot goal for the world to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, companies…

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Financial Express, 2021-10-25.