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Work on Europe's largest carbon capture site to start in Rotterdam next year

The developers of the largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility in Europe announced on Wednesday that work on the project will start in the port area of Rotterdam early in 2019.
According to its promoters, the Rotterdam port authorities and the Dutch gas company Gasunie, the projected "Porthos" project is expected to be operational by 2026 and will require an investment of 1.3 billion euros ($1.38 billion).




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  • Peter Kamau

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    This will be a project per excellence. Waiting for the ground breaking

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    • George Kariuki

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      This is a positive step towards reducing carbon emissions in Europe.

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      • CHRIS NGATIA

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        Great news

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        • Grace Njeri

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          Great initiative,they should lessen the period.

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          • We Don't Have Time

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            • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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              The commencement of work on Europe's largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility in Rotterdam is a significant step in addressing climate change. The "Porthos" project, with an investment of 1.3 billion euros, highlights the commitment to reducing carbon emissions. Operational by 2026, it showcases the potential for innovative CCS solutions to play a pivotal role in achieving sustainability goals.

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              • Munene Mugambi

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                What's the status of the project as at now? Seeing as this plan has been in motion for a while

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                • Princess

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                  That's fantastic news! Initiatives like this are vital in the fight against climate change.

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