‘People need more information about what CCS entails’

‘Carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects in industry are demanding in both technical and financial terms. But another important factor to take into account is the commitment to projects that affect the wider population.

New method of assessing seal integrity early on in the screening phase

In a recently completed CLIMIT-Demo pilot project, Physiq.ai, represented by Torolf Wedberg, worked on a new method that can help to assess the integrity of sealing rocks, even in the exploration phase.

Internationally acclaimed hydrogen project

The ‘PROTONIC Phase II’ project, which received funding from CLIMIT, has now reached its conclusion and its finding have met with international acclaim.

Researching how Grenland can become climate positive

– Our goal is to specify what it will take to capture CO2 from all major emitters in Grenland – With the aim of making this industry-focused region climate-positive by 2040. We are well on our way to providing a range of solutions t…

CLIMIT support has come in handy for Oslo’s goal of being climate-neutral by 2030

The world is facing major changes and some Norwegian municipalities want to be leading the way. Oslo is one them. Climate change and waste management are two high-priority societal challenges setting clear targets on waste management and the low-c…

CLIMIT approves NOK 60 million for new projects

Six new projects will receive a total of NOK 60 million in support from CLIMIT to research new and cost-effective technology for carbon capture, transport and storage.

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CLIMIT R&D: support for three social science projects

CLIMIT’s portfolio is expanding, and new research groups are sharing their knowledge with the “CCS World” within social science related to CCS.

CLIMIT Summit 2023

Save the dates: 8-9 February 2023. See you at the Bølgen Cultural Centre in Larvik.

First in-person meeting of CSLF TG with the subsequent international conference on CDR

The CSLF Technical Group (TG) had their first in-person meeting since 2019 in Bergen on 27-29 June 2022.

The film about Longship

The biggest climate project ever undertaken by Norwegian industry has a name: Longship. It is one of the first projects in the world to develop the infrastructure to permanently store significant amounts of carbon two to three kilometres beneath the North Sea seabed.

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The CLIMIT programme provides financial support for development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology


The programme is aimed at companies, research institutes, universities and colleges, often in collaboration with international companies and research institutions, which can help accelerate the commercialisation of CCS

Programme Board Meetings

October 18, 2022

December 6, 2022

CLIMIT Demo projects (active)

71 CLIMIT (active)
149 Technical participants
71 Projects
149 Technical participants
13 Countries involved
378 CLIMIT Financing (MNOK)
161 Co Financers