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Plan to capture, ship and bury power station’s CO2

Plans to lay new undersea pipes to carry carbon emissions from one of Europe’s largest gas power stations have been unveiled.

The scheme would link Pembroke power station with a liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal across the Milford Haven estuary in Pembrokeshire.

Supporters said it would secure jobs and launch a new industry shipping CO2 from Wales to be buried at sea.

But it involves major building work across a protected marine habitat.

Environmental group Friends of the Earth called for the money to be spent on renewable energy rather than keeping a gas plant going.

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