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Norway funds massive project to trap and store carbon dioxide

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Norway funds massive project to trap and store carbon dioxide

Norway funds massive project to trap and store carbon dioxide

"We are doing this because we want this technology to be developed so that more people, more countries, more companies can participate in it in the future," Norway's PM Erna Solberg told Euronews


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