IEEFA: ‘Carbon capture’ model at Exxon’s Shute Creek CCUS reveals questionable technology and uncertain economic viability

Delving into the world’s largest carbon capture project, ExxonMobil’s Shute Creek CCUS facility, reveals a highly questionable technology.
— Read on ieefa.org/ieefa-the-carbon-capture-model-at-exxons-shute-creek-ccus-reveals-a-questionable-technology-and-uncertain-economic-viability/

“CCS projects also face technical difficulties and their economic viability is uncertain, as evidenced by the failed Chevron Gorgon CCS project — the largest CCS project in the world with dedicated geological storage based in Western Australia.

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