Feasibility studies focus on Japan-Aus CCS logistics chain


Source: Woodside

Two separate feasibility studies examining the establishment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) value chain between Australia and Japan are to be undertaken, following the agreement of memorandums of understanding (MoU). In the first, Sumitomo, Toho Gas, and K LINE plans to jointly conduct a feasibility study with Woodside, while the second relates to an agreement between Woodside and Japanese power generation utility KEPCO.

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