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Norway, renowned for its innovative approaches to sustainability and environmental stewardship, is emerging as a global leader in carbon storage solutions. As a sustainable energy consultancy with extensive experience in the oil and gas industry, we aim to lead the way in carbon storage (CCS) solutions.

One of the key factors driving Norway’s success in CO2 storage  field is its well-established offshore industry infrastructure, which can be repurposed for carbon storage. This infrastructure, including pipelines and storage facilities, provides a solid foundation for scaling up CCS projects efficiently and cost-effectively.

Norwegian companies, supported by the government’s incentives and regulatory frameworks, are actively involved in research, development, and deployment of CCS technologies. Equipped with cutting-edge expertise in subsurface engineering, geology, and project management, these companies are pioneering innovative solutions to capture and safely store carbon dioxide emissions.

The Northern Lights project, a collaboration between Equinor, Shell, and TotalEnergies, stands out as a prime example of Norwegian leadership in CCS. This project aims to establish a full-scale CCS value chain, capturing CO2 emissions from industrial facilities in Europe and transporting them for permanent storage beneath the North Sea seabed.

In addition to technological advancements, Norway’s commitment to international collaboration and knowledge-sharing further strengthens its position in the global CCS landscape. Norwegian experts actively participate in international forums, research initiatives, and partnerships to accelerate the development and deployment of CCS solutions worldwide.

CCS Webinar – Showcasing Norwegian competence on CO2 storage

By reducing CO2 emissions in the atmosphere through capture during industrial production, air capture, or in energy plants, CCS contributes significantly to global efforts aimed at limiting temperature rise. The quickest path to CCS utilization involves repurposing old wells and infrastructure for the geological storage of CO2. Alternative approach – developing new storage sites – is resource-intensive and costly but offers a strong effect on large-scale storage in the long term.

We are proud to collaborate with academia and other industry leaders in a LinCCS research program exploring possibilities to drive the cost of CCS down and eliminate barriers for establishing more storage sites close to the heaviest carbon emitters.

Join us for a webinar which will be introducing Norway’s expertise in Carbon Capture and CO2 Storage (CCS). With over 50 CCS projects in our portfolio worldwide, we’re perfectly positioned to share our insights and knowledge in this crucial field.

Discover how Norway leads the way in CCS technology and learn from our extensive experience.

Ole-rygg Ole B. Rygg, PhD
Group Managing Director Wells at ABL Group
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