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6 - 7 February Oslo, Norway Add to calendar
Meet Ulleval, Sognsveien 77C, 0855 Oslo View on map


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CCS Workshop

We are thrilled to announce a workshop tailored for Norwegian companies, research entities, and relevant organizations specializing in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). Organized by NORWEP in collaboration with the University of Oslo (UiO) and AGH University of Krakow, this event aims to deepen collaboration within Norway and identify opportunities for knowledge and technology transfer to Poland in the field of CCS. The workshop is scheduled to take place in Oslo on the 7th of February 2024, bringing together key stakeholders and experts from within Norway. We are also planning a dinner for all the participants on the 6th of February. 

The workshop in Oslo will start with a short presentation of Polish CCS landscape and further work will be organized in 3 groups:

  • Carbon capture, infrastructure and intermediate storage
  • Storage/injection (subsea, drill, well, monitoring storage etc.)
  • R&D cooperation («missing links», technology to be improved, international cooperation etc.)

Workshop targets: 

  • Arrange a meeting for Norwegian CCUS companies, organisations and academia
  • Map what Norwegian companies could offer to Poland
  • Map the potential for cooperation with Polish companies (project, technologies, research etc.)
  • Coordinate cooperation with Polish companies/research centre

A similar workshop will be held in Poland for Polish companies and the outcome will be a white paper.

Our primary goal is to identify and showcase CCS-related offerings from Norwegian entities that could potentially be transferred to Poland. The workshop will provide an exclusive platform for focused discussions and exploration of collaboration opportunities among Norwegian participants.


See the tentative program 

The sign up is closed, contact Mabel Wannebo if you have any questions

Acceleration of Climate Change Mitigation Technologies Deployment: Polish-Norwegian CCS Network

Bilateral initiative project within EEA Financial Mechanism and Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 Bilateral Fund

The overarching objective is to establish a robust bilateral network between Norwegian and Polish entities, fostering long-term collaboration in the realm of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies. Norway, as an international leader in CCS deployment, presents unparalleled opportunities with its advanced facilities and commercial projects spanning the entire CCS chain. Simultaneously, Poland, driven by a high interest in CCS technologies and a governmental commitment to a net-zero goal by 2050, is in the developmental phase of national strategies and legislation for CCS deployment.

Beyond an initial workshop, our outreach activities encompass additional workshops in both Poland and Norway, CCS Summer School, and a culminating CCS Symposium in Poland, contributing to an ongoing dialogue and solidifying outcomes from this collaborative initiative. This program aims not only to bridge expertise gaps but also to facilitate dynamic interactions that will propel both nations towards sustainable advancements in CCS technologies.

Business Opportunities for Norwegian Companies

Norwegian companies participating in the workshop gain access to a range of business opportunities. The identification and showcasing of CCS-related offerings provide a platform for potential technology transfers to Poland. The collaborative evaluation of workshop findings enables participants to pinpoint areas for joint projects and initiatives, opening up avenues for further collaboration and knowledge exchange within the Norwegian CCS community.

This event is part of the NORWEP initiative on promoting Norwegian technology and solutions that lower emissions (LEOG).