Fear of ‘false dawn’ for north-east jobs from delays on CCS plans

Around £275m has been committed to the Acorn carbon capture and storage development at St Fergus gas terminal, while another £200m is being spent on hydrogen projects in the north-east.
Around £275m has been committed to the Acorn carbon capture and storage development at St Fergus gas terminal, while another £200m is being spent on hydrogen projects in the north-east.

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