Progress has today been made on the Northern Lights project with indicative results from the drilling at the project site and respect areas showing suitable for carbon dioxide (CO2) storage.
The Northern Lights project is part of Norway’s full-scale carbon capture and return project. The project plans to capture CO2 from Norcem’s cement plant in Brevik and from Fortum’s Oslo Varmes waste to energy plant at Klemetsrud.
The CO2 will then be shipped to an onshore terminal in Øygarden before it is transported by pipeline offshore to a permanent storage location more than 2,500 meters below the seabed in the North Sea.
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