CALGARY — The federal government unveiled its highly anticipated tax credit for carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) Thursday, providing heavy emitters with massive cost relief on proposed projects, but at a lower rate than what some proponents have said is needed to usher in what could be a multibillion-dollar industry.
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