Pale Blue Dot Energy to review CO2 Transport and Storage business models

Feb 12 2017


Pale Blue Dot Energy have been awarded a contract from HMG Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to review a range of business models for CO2 transport and storage.

The project will take place over the next two months and will examine models which have been used successfully overseas and for other types of infrastructure, as well as those that have been proposed for the delivery and operation of CO2 infrastructure in the UK.

This work builds on the 10 year CCS track record of the Pale Blue Dot team, which includes delivery of a major project for the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), BEIS predecessor, regarding strategic UK CO2 storage appraisal.

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