Energy partnership to accelerate CCS in the Danish North Sea


A collaboration between Danish energy companies has seen the creation of Project Bifrost, a carbon dioxide (CO2) transport and storage partnership that will fast-forward carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the region.

Expected to be funded by the Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP), the project will study the Harald field in the Danish North Sea, evaluating its potential for CO2 transport and storage.

With an estimated start-up storage capacity of three million tonnes of CO2 per year, the project will reduce its carbon footprint by reusing existing North Sea infrastructure.

The partners involved include Noreco, Ørsted, DTU, and partners in the Danish Underground Consortium (the DUC).

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