A team of Canadian energy companies has announced plans to invest up to $30 million to test carbon capture on a large scale. Led by pipeline developer Enbridge, the consortium will attempt to store industrial emissions in an underground sandstone deposit. "We know that the industry is going to have to do something about carbon dioxide emissions, and it wants to do that in the safest and most cost-effective way," said Charles Szmurlo, an Enbridge vice president.

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