Energy Voice – Out Loud / A CCS arms race, an all-subsea solution, and pirate gas

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In this latest, swashbuckling EVOL podcast, in association with Dräger, Energy Voice’s scurvy sea dogs, Mark, Ed and Hamish, plot a course through the week’s top tales. There’s a big jobs win for the north-east after SSE and Equinor announced plans for a CCS power plant in Peterhead – but will they succeed where others have failed? It’s then off to the West of Shetland where BP is exploring an ‘all-subsea’ option for the third phase of its Clair field. Finally, Ed sets a course for Nigeria and tells us about plans for a floating LNG facility on the nautically named Yoho field.

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