Louisiana Parish to Impose Moratorium on CO2 Wells

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A parish in Louisiana where multiple companies are planning to store captured carbon has voted to impose a one-year moratorium on injecting CO2 underground, potentially complicating plans to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) hubs in the region.

Policy and Regulation, Carbon Capture (CCS), Emerging Technologies, Resource Access, Hydrogen
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