Norway seeks bids for North Sea CO2 storage contracts

Michael Holder
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Artist's impression of CO2 undersea storage at Sleipner reservoir (image: Gassnova)
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Artist's impression of CO2 undersea storage at Sleipner reservoir (image: Gassnova)

Norwegian government invites companies to submit commercial bids for contracts to store captured carbon dioxide in reservoirs below the sea

Norway is seeking commercial bids from companies to store carbon dioxide captured from industrial processes under the seabed, as part of the latest phase of a major carbon capture and storage (CCS) development...

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