Gassnova SF

Nyhetsklipp med fokus på CO2-håndtering fra Gassnova SF

Nyhet   •   okt 11, 2012 13:41 CEST

Gassnova SF sender hver onsdag ut et eget nyhetsbrev der vi trekker fram de mest sentrale nyhetene innenfor CO2-håndtering i løpet av uken. Denne uken ønsker vi spesielt å fremheve:
- Statsbudsjettet for 2013, der 3,4 milliarder er avsatt til CO2-håndtering
- CO2 Teknologisenter Mongstad lokker til seg anerkjente teknologileverandører med vinnervilje

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