Knowledge Sharing Session on CCUS and EOR
Norwegian Energy Partners and Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGHI) invites you to a webinar with an introduction of Norwegian technologies, knowledge and experience within CCS/CCUS and what Norway could offer to the Indian market.
International focus today are reduced emission and avoiding global heating. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) will play an important role to get a “cleaner world” and will be an important part of the worlds decarbonization strategy.
CO2 could be prevented from reaching the atmosphere by cleaning exhaust gases from industry or producing “CO2 free fuel” as hydrogen or ammonia from hydrocarbons. For reduced emission this will require a robust and efficient value chain for CO2 from carbon capture, storage, transportation and at the end injection into reservoirs. Norway’s intention is to take an active role in decarbonization of the world by making the offshore sector more efficient with lower emissions, reduce emission from industry and develop our hydrocarbon resourced in an a more environmental way (e.g. hydrogen production with CCS).
Norway started with carbon capture and CO2 injection offshore at Sleipner mid-1990 and established a large scale carbon capture demonstration facility about 2010 (Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM)). The full-scale CCS project “Northern Lights” will hopefully be approved by the government this autumn. Norway has, therefore, a long CO2 history and a well-established CO2 value chain with experienced suppliers.
This webinar will give a broad overview of CO2 activities in Norway and what Norwegian companies could offer in the Indian market.
Please download the programme for detailed information.