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Climate Change

Mitsubishi, Mitsui eye carbon capture with BP and Woodside

Study for Australian project comes as Japan lags in efforts to store CO2

Japan's first large-scale test facility for carbon capture and storage is located on the northern island of Hokkaido.

TOKYO -- As efforts to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere move forward around the world, Japan's trading houses -- some of the biggest players in the country's energy supply -- look to hitch their wagons to Western groups that have a head start in the field.

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