Government grants Hynet CO2 capture pipeline

Plans for a pipeline that will transport industrial CO2 for storage off Flintshire's coast have been approved.

The 60km pipeline will collect CO2 produced at industrial plants at Ince and Stanlow in Cheshire and transport it to the Point of Ayr terminal at Talacre where it will stored off shore in depleted gas reservoirs owned by Eni. 

Spanning 60.4 kilometres, the pipeline will utilise both new construction and repurposed natural gas pipelines, with around 36.4 kilometres being newly constructed.

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