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Oxy Practices Patience as DAC Plans Get Rolling

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Occidental Petroleum is playing the long game on direct air capture (DAC) as it stakes out a first-mover position on the pioneering technology that could take years to see meaningful cost reductions.

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Emerging Technologies, Carbon Capture (CCS), EOR, Corporate Strategy , Upstream Technology, CO2 Emissions, Shale, Independent E&Ps
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