Belgium throws its weight behind carbon capture

A map showing the Fluxys/Equinor carbon capture project

Source: Fluxys

More ports are throwing their weight behind the development of carbon capture facilities and the benefits of the establishment of cross-border associated infrastructure.

One of the latest is Port of Antwerp-Bruges, which is developing a CO2 compression plant in Zeebrugge in collaboration with Fluxys.

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