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SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's plans for energy are unlikely to offer direct support for carbon capture technologies as Beijing remains wary about their cost and feasibility, industry officials said on Wednesday.

Xu Shisen, chief engineer at the science and technology center of state-owned China Huaneng Group, the country's biggest utility, said policy makers were likely to wait until carbon capture and storage (CCS) had been tested on a commercial scale before offering any substantial policy support.

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