Geosequestration laboratory to boost carbon storage research in Australia

A new $48.4 million research facility is set to play a major role in advancing research for carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in Australia, by creating stronger links between industry and science. 

NGL is a collaboration between CSIRO, Curtin University and The University of Western Australia, bringing together world-leading technology and equipment to research, assess and develop sites for the long-term storage of carbon. 

For more information on this exciting announcement, please see the Australian Government’s press release here.

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