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Six intrepid UKCCSRC members set off for South Africa in September 2015 to start to unravel the mysteries of the Bongwana Gas Fault in KwaZulu-Natal. In fact ‘starting’ to unravel does a disservice to the early work reported on the site by SA survey geologists which proved to be incredibly accurate. The Bongwana Gas Fault stretches some 80km from the coast south-west of Durban north towards the town of Harding. Those early reports noted CO 2 seeps along the fault, travertine formations and bubbling streams that led to the establishment of a commercial bottling plant in the 1920s near the village of Bongwana. A year ago at the invitation of the South African Centre for CCS (SACCCS), UKCCSRC members Jonathan...Read more