Big oil CEOs appeal to Norway to back carbon capture and storage

Eldar Saetre, chief executive officer of Statoil ASA, left, Patrick Pouyanne, chief executive officer of Total SA, center, and Ben van Beurden, chief executive officer of Royal Dutch Shell Plc, pose for a photograph following an interview on the sidelines of an energy conference in Oslo, Norway, on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. The bosses of three of the world’s biggest oil companies gathered on the sidelines of an energy conference to make the case for a flagship Norwegian project, in which the companies plan to store CO2 emissions under the North Sea after they've been shipped and piped from onshore industrial plants. Photographer: Kyrre Lien/Bloomberg
Eldar Saetre, chief executive officer of Statoil ASA, left, Patrick Pouyanne, chief executive officer of Total SA, center, and Ben van Beurden, chief executive officer of Royal Dutch Shell Plc, pose for a photograph following an interview on the sidelines of an energy conference in Oslo, Norway, on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. The bosses of three of the world’s biggest oil companies gathered on the sidelines of an energy conference to make the case for a flagship Norwegian project, in which the companies plan to store CO2 emissions under the North Sea after they've been shipped and piped from onshore industrial plants. Photographer: Kyrre Lien/Bloomberg

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