“More than one road that leads to Rome”

“Longship is a fantastic, ground-breaking project. But it is also important to develop technology for other, alternative solutions for managing CO2 too, as a basis for a viable and productive CCS industry for many years to come”.

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“I eat and drink CCS”

Eva Halland has worked on issues related to carbon capture and storage for much of her professional career.

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“A beacon for financing of important research”

“CLIMIT has been a beacon for financing of important research on CCS, which has been crucial for us to be able to complete the Longship project.”

New capture process promises cheaper CCS

Researchers from SINTEF have further developed a new process for CO2 capture and studied new materials that can effectively separate CO2 from other gases. The results show great potential for cheaper and more efficient CO

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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

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