Coal Industry Stakes Survival on Carbon Capture Plan

Is the technology more of a marketing stunt or part of the solution to global warming?

The Financial Times
Aug 21 · 8 min read
Pipes carrying liquid CO2 at a power station run by Europe’s biggest power company Vattenfall in Werder near Berlin. Photo: Michael Urban/AFP/Getty Images

By Henry Sanderson

In late February Peter Coates, Glencore’s non-executive director, appeared at an event in Sydney to make a rare intervention from a mining leader — a full-throated defence of the coal…

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