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Big Oil should set $250 carbon fee, says expert

Monday 27 May 19 12:00pm

Professor Susan Krumdieck


THE OIL INDUSTRY†is about to be told that voluntarily putting a $250-a-tonne carbon charge on its products will make it profitable and ensure its future in a low-carbon world.

The advice will come from an energy expert who says technologies like hydrogen and carbon-capture-and-storage wonít work.

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