Crucial to understand how CO₂ moves in a reservoir

Researchers at the Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) have been studying how sequestered carbon dioxide moves through so-called chimneys in rocks, providing new knowledge about how CO2 can be safely stored in geological formations.

Elkem to test the world’s first carbon capture pilot for smelters

It is very relevant for CLIMIT to support the world’s first CO2-capture from ferrosilicon and silicon industry. In this project, there are nine international industries collaborating in development of cost-effective CCS solutions. Kno…


CO₂ foam retains more CO₂

Results from a project benefiting from CLIMIT support that has recently concluded with the title ‘CO2 Storage from Lab to On-Shore Field Pilots Using CO2-Foam for Mobility Control in CCUS’ shows, among other things, that …

Dry wells provides an opportunity for CO₂ storage

Results from two CLIMIT supported projects show that there is potential for CO2 storage in dry wells.

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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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CLIMIT projects

80 Projects
200 Technical participants
80 Projects
200 Technical participants
817 Total budget (MNOK)
12 Countries involved
414 CLIMIT Financing (MNOK)
178 Co Financers