For Crown Prince Frederik it was a kind of family tradition. His father, Prince Henrik, started the Danish offshore oil and gas industry 50 years ago, he said. On Wednesday, the heir to the Danish throne launched the Greensand project at the port of Esbjerg, the world's first cross-border capture and storage of carbon dioxide (CO2). A project with many supporters – and stubborn opponents.
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Europe celebrates its first repository for carbon dioxide
For Crown Prince Frederik it was a kind of family tradition.
08 March 2023 Wednesday 09:43 - 8 reads.
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