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Nyhetsklipp med fokus på CO2-håndtering fra Gassnova SF, 20. juni 2013

Nyhet   •   jun 21, 2013 14:58 CEST

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Dette tror Statoil om energifremtiden

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EnergyLive News: Norway is leading the way in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology development as it is home to the largest CCS testing facility in the world. Les mer

CCSA weekly newsletters 2013

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Why we must learn to love carbon capture and storage

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UK awards funding for North Sea CO2 storage research

CarbonCaptureJournal: £3.27 million has been awarded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to four research projects to study the geological viability and safety of storing CO2 underground in depleted North Sea oil and gas fields or saline aquifers. Les mer

CO2 storage data portal launched

Utility Week: Carbon capture and storage developers can access data on 78 billion tonnes worth of carbon dioxide storage sites off the UK coast, using a website launched by the Crown Estate and British Geological Survey (BGS) today. Les mer

Carbon Capture ‘Vital’ to Meet Climate Goals, Shell Adviser Says

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