"Section 45Q Tax Credit Increase may Spur Carbon Capture" – Hunton Attorneys Discuss Facets of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018
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Categories: Air, Climate, Policy

In an article published in Law360, two Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP Partners discuss the passage of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 and its implications for Section 45Q of the Internal Revenue Code. Carbon capture and sequestration supporters expect this to significantly boost deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) across the US.

Readers can access the full article here.

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    Fred advocates for clients before Congress and federal agencies. Clients trust him for his insightful and practical know-how acquired from years spent as Counsel to the US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee ...

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    Mr. Lowman’s practice focuses on tax issues related to renewable energy and decarbonization. Mr. Lowman’s practice focuses on federal income tax law, with an emphasis on energy related tax credits, tax issues related to ...


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