How to achieve net-zero through carbon capture and storage


Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a promising technology for getting the world to net-zero emissions. But what does it mean for investors?

Markets are increasingly betting that CCS will be a major part of the global net-zero transition. However, investors must carefully consider the long-term risks and opportunities associated with CCS technology. It’s one thing to store carbon, and a whole other ball game to use it.

Arowana’s very own Santiago Tenorio-Garcés recently sat down with MoneyWeek to explain how organisations can reap great benefits by using extracted carbon instead of merely storing it.

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