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Bahrain Looks to CCS

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The small Gulf island state of Bahrain is looking to carbon capture and storage to provide over 70% of the reductions needed to meet its 2060 net-zero target, a senior Bahraini energy official tells Energy Intelligence. “The good thing is we have all our major emitters within a five kilometer radius" including a refinery and aluminum smelter, he said at COP27 in Egypt. He couldn't give his name or title.

Topics:
Carbon Capture (CCS), Renewable Electricity
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