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Oldham agrees that building more plants will be the key to driving costs, noting that Carbon Engineering will see huge declines just from its first plant to its second.
The proposed direct-air-capture plant could leverage the same infrastructure for its carbon dioxide storage, Oldham says.
It’s a daunting number, though Oldham says that it’s no more than the number of power and industrial plants around the world.United Airlines aims to suck carbon dioxide from the friendly skies|Steven Mufson|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
A bathtub, Oldham explains, can only hold so much water before it overflows—and it’s too late to turn off the faucets all the way.How one company is ‘pulling the plug’ on the ‘bathtub’ of climate change|ehinchliffe|October 27, 2020|Fortune
One of his earlier fashion week memories is seeing the Todd Oldham show in 1992.It's Who You Know: The Power Players of New York Fashion Week|Barbara Ragghianti|September 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Oldham had wanted to work with the Beatles, but instead he discovered Jagger and the Stones.
Then they met Andrew Loog Oldham, who was a young, hip manager before there was such a thing.
Oldham, their manager, went to California to escape the mess, stranding Jagger.
Mr. Oldham describes the fault in detail, as observed by him in February 1898.
The explanation of these peculiarities is evidently that given by Mr. Oldham.
It was answered, 'It is Oldham Common, the place where you must suffer, and the people are come to look upon you.'History of the English People|John Richard Green
The persons above mentioned, however, soon perished, Oldham having first become apparently a penitent.
Mr. Oldham's corse was found on board, the head split and the body mangled in a barbarous manner.