Building Norway's carbon capture market


The Port of Oslo is to play host to a new CO2 terminal for carbon, capture and storage 

Aker Solutions has been awarded the engineering and design contract by Hafslund Oslo Celsio to develop the terminal at the Norwegian port which will see CO2 produced at Celsio’s waste-to-energy plant at Klemetsrud stored before export by ship to the Northern Lights terminal at Øygarden on the west coast.

The Celsio CCS project and the Northern Lights storage are part of Longship, the Norwegian government’s carbon capture and storage project.

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