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Two Energy Giants, Two Green Projects: One Double-booking in North Sea

Jan 24, 2023

Oil major BP plans to build a vast carbon capture project beneath the North Sea that would be crucial to Britain hitting its emissions targets. Power giant Orsted aims to build a huge offshore windfarm to help the country meet renewable goals.The problem is, the seabed's double-booked, and something has to give. Britain granted preliminary licences for both proposed projects more than a decade ago…

Denmark Awards First North Sea CCS Licenses

Feb 06, 2023

Denmark has awarded its first licenses to capture and store carbon in the North Sea to Wintershall Dea, INEOS Energy and TotalEnergies, the country's climate and energy ministry said on Monday. Denmark has set a target of reaching net zero carbon…

Horisont Energi Welcomes Fertiberia to Barents Blue Project as Equinor, Var Energi Withdraw

Feb 01, 2023

Norwegian oil and gas companies Equinor and Var Energi said Wednesday they were leaving Horisont Energi's Barents Blue project, which is designed to make ammonia from natural gas from the Barents Sea, capture the CO2, and store it under the seabed…

PTTEP Taps Honeywell for CCS Project Offshore Thailand

Jan 20, 2023

Thai oil and gas company PTTEP has hired Honeywell as the carbon capture technology provider for the Arthit Carbon Capture and Storage Project in the Arthit Gas Field in the Gulf of Thailand. Honeywell said its Separex Membrane Technology will…

Wintershall Dea Urges Germany to Clear CO2 Exports for Storage

Jan 16, 2023

German oil and gas producer Wintershall Dea  urged Berlin on Monday to clear exports of carbon dioxide to European neighbors that would be buried in so-called carbon capture and storage facilities (CCS).Germany, following a bilateral Danish and Belgian agreement…

Norway Opens North Sea Area for CO2 Storage Applications

Jan 11, 2023

Norway on Wednesday announced an area in the North Sea for applications related to the injection and storage of CO2 on the Norwegian continental shelf.Minister of Petroleum and Energy Terje Aasland said there was a great interest from companies…

Baker Hughes' Equipment for 'World's Largest' Offshore CCS Project

Jan 03, 2023

Oilfield services firm Baker Hughes has won a contract with Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) to supply carbon dioxide (CO2) compression equipment to Petronas Carigali's Kasawari offshore carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project in Sarawak…

Norway and France in Carbon Capture and Storage Collaboration

Dec 20, 2022

Norway and France have signed a letter of intent to promote cooperation on the development and deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a way to help prevent global warming, the Norwegian energy ministry said on Monday. Major oil and…

CNOOC Starts Production From South China Sea Offshore Oil Field Project

Dec 07, 2022

Chinese oil company CNOOC Limited said Tuesday it had started production from the Enping 15-1/10-2/15-2/20-4 oil fields joint development project.The Enping 15-1/10-2/15-2/20-4 oilfields are in the eastern part of the South China Sea, where the water is about 90 meters deep on average…

Malaysia's Petronas Greenlights CCS Project Offshore Sarawak

Nov 29, 2022

Malaysian state oil firm Petronas said on Tuesday it had decided to develop the Kasawari carbon sequestration project in offshore Sarawak as part of the final investment decision (FID) on the venture. Petronas said the project - located in Block SK316 off Bintulu town - is expected to reduce 3…

Noble Corp. Jack-up Rig Gearing Up for CO2 Storage Work in Denmark

Nov 21, 2022

Offshore drilling company Noble Corporation said Monday that its recently acquired Noble Resolve jack-up rig was preparing to carry out the first-ever CO2 storage under the Danish North Sea seabed as part of Project Greensand.The rig, formerly known as Maersk Resolve…

Magseis Renewables Wins North Sea CCS Monitoring Deal

Nov 21, 2022

Magseis Renewables AS, a subsidiary of the Norwegian OBN seismic services firm Magseis Fairfield ASA, has won a contract to collect data for a CCS monitoring project in the North Sea. The company will use its MASS III ocean bottom nodes and…

Biden Unveils Investments in Indonesia Carbon Capture, Transport

Nov 14, 2022

U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday announced a number of investments in Indonesia spanning areas like climate and food security, including a $2.5 billion agreement between ExxonMobil and state-owned energy company Pertamina on carbon capture…

26 Bids For UK's First CCS Round

Sep 22, 2022

UK regulator the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has announced that 26 bids were submitted in the UK's first carbon storage licensing round by a total of 19 companies. On offer were 13 areas, off the coasts of Aberdeen, Teesside, Liverpool and Lincolnshire…

Eni Applies For Southern North Sea CCS License

Sep 22, 2022

The UK arm of Italian energy group Eni has has applied for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) license for the depleted Hewett gas field in the Southern North Sea.  Eni says that the application, submitted through the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA)…

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