Ports not ready to process captured carbon from shipping

Efforts to develop onboard carbon capture and storage systems are being stymied by a lack of offloading facilities at ports, according to a new report. This study identified low port readiness as a major bottleneck to the adoption of onboard carbon capture and storage systems as a decarbonisation technology. When it comes to investing in carbon capture and storage infrastructure, ports face a chicken-and-egg dilemma

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