The U.K. Carbon Capture and Storage Cost Reduction Task Force, a collaboration between the Department of Energy and Climate Change, the Crown Estate, and the U.K. CCS industry, released a report November 21 finding that electricity from large-scale gas and coal power plants equipped with carbon capture and storage could be cost-competitive with nuclear and renewable-generated electricity in the United Kingdom in a decade. The report, The Potential for Reducing the Costs of CCS in the UK, recommended investing in clusters of CO2 storage sites, shared pipelines, and power plants with improved CCS technologies that should be available in the early 2020s; pursuing policies to reduce risk and encourage investors to fund CCS projects; and exploiting opportunities to use captured CO2 for enhanced oil delivery.