The Bundesrat, the German parliament’s upper house, on Friday voted to block legislation that would have allowed the pilot-scale underground storage of compressed carbon dioxide ahead of a feasibility study in 2017. The German government must now introduce a revised version of the proposed law. The voting down of the first version of the bill puts a question mark against Germany’s plans to be a leader for carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Europe. The original proposal was rejected because of concerns about the safety of CO2 stored underground at...
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