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Innovative Seismic Monitoring Tech Developed for Danish North Sea CO2 Storage Project

May 09, 2023

Partners in Danish carbon capture and storage Project Greensand have developed technology for frequent seismic monitoring of CO2 stored in the Nini West field in the Danish North Sea.'Frequent seismic monitoring is essential for safe and permanent storage of CO2…

EU, Norway Plan Cooperation on Carbon Capture, Hydrogen, Draft Shows

Apr 21, 2023

The European Union and Norway aim to work together to develop infrastructure to capture and store CO2 emissions and scale up renewable hydrogen production in Europe, according to a draft 'alliance' plan. The plan is set to be announced at a…

Harbour Energy, BP to Develop Viking CCS Project. FID Expected in 2024

Apr 11, 2023

UK-based oil and gas company Harbour Energy and oil major BP on Monday said they had agreed to develop the Viking CCS transportation and storage project in the UK.Harbour continues as operator of Viking CCS with a 60%, with BP acquiring a 40% non-operated share…

Italy's Eni Involved in 5 UK Carbon Capture Projects

Apr 03, 2023

Italy's Eni said on Friday it was involved in five carbon capture projects selected by Britain in a first group of initiatives worth 20 billion pounds ($25 billion) of government funding.The British government last Thursday said it had shortlisted…

UK Shortlists BP, Equinor Low-carbon Gas Power Project for Support

Mar 31, 2023

Britain shortlisted for state support a project by BP BP.L and Equinor to build a large-scale gas power plant with carbon capture and storage (CCS), the government's latest selection round showed on Thursday.The British government has shortlisted…

Project Greensand: First CO2 Injected in Depleted Oil Field in Danish North Sea

Mar 08, 2023

Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik inaugurated on Wednesday what has been described as 'a world first' with the injection of carbon dioxide into a depleted oil field in the Danish North Sea as part of Project Greensand.The CO2 was captured at an INEOS Oxide site in Belgium…

Chevron, Jera in CCS MoU

Mar 08, 2023

Chevron New Energies, a division of Chevron U.S.A. Inc., and JERA Co. have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for collaboration on carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects located in the United States and Australia. 'This MOU has the…

Five Firms Apply for North Sea CO2 Storage in Norway

Mar 06, 2023

Five companies have applied for an area in the Norwegian section of the North Sea for potential storage of CO2, The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy said Monday.According to the plan, acreage will be awarded in the first half of this year…

Sval Partners with Storegga and Neptune for Trudvang Offshore CO2 Storage Project

Feb 27, 2023

The Norwegian oil and gas company Sval, with its partners Storegga and Neptune, has applied for a CO2 storage license in the Norwegian North Sea. The project, called Trudvang, has the potential to store up to 225 million tons of CO2.The application…

RWE, CapeOmega, Neptune Energy to Explore Shipping CO2 to Offshore Storage

Feb 22, 2023

CapeOmega and Neptune Energy on Wednesday announced NoordKaap, a project concept for a cross-border CO₂ storage solution for industrial emitters across Europe.  According to Neptune Energy, NoordKaap would involve transporting CO2 via vessels…

Horisont Energi, Neptune Energy, and E.ON Sign MoU for European CCS Value Chain

Feb 20, 2023

The Norwegian low-carbon tech firm Horisont Energi, working to develop CCS project offshore Norway, and the oil and gas company Neptune Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the energy major E.ON with the aim of developing a European CCS value chain…

Energean and Shell Collaborate on Offshore CCS Study in Egypt

Feb 16, 2023

Oil and gas companies Energean and Shell have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore a decarbonization solution in Egypt involving Shell's LNG plant and Energean's offshore CO2 storage. The proposed partnership is addressing a major CCS feasibility challenge…

UK: Carbon Storage Project Delays Offshore Wind Farm Decision

Feb 14, 2023

Britain has delayed until mid-July a decision on whether to grant permission for Orsted's giant Hornsea Four offshore windfarm, whose footprint on the sea floor partially overlaps that of a BP-led carbon capture project. The planned 2.6-gigawatt…

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…

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