Consortium aims to reduce CO2 emissions

The Port of Antwerp is part of a consortium to develop CCUS infrastructure Photo: Port of Antwerp

Eight players in the port sector have signed a collaboration agreement as a first move towards the possible development of carbon capture, utilisation & storage (CCUS) infrastructure.

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