More than one road that leads to Rome

“Longship is a fantastic, ground-breaking project. But it is also important to develop technology for other, alternative solutions for managing CO2 too, as a basis for a viable and productive CCS industry for many years to come”.

Panorama of empty winding country road in Norway, Europe, Scandinavia.

– I eat and drink CCS

Eva Halland has worked on issues related to carbon capture and storage for much of her professional career.

First steel cut for CO₂ transport ships

At an official steel cutting ceremony, Northern Lights celebrated a new milestone as the world’s largest CO2 transport ships entered into production this week.

What you need to know about carbon capture and storage

Why is there so much talk about carbon capture and storage? And what’s the deal with CCS?

Gassnova will promote technology development and build competence for cost-effective and future-oriented solutions for capture, transport and storage of CO2 (CCS) – among other things through learning from the Longship project.



How CCS works


Carbon Capture and Storage is a group of complementary technologies which remove carbon dioxide from fossil-fuel power plants and large-scale sources.


The CCS project Longship

The norwegian CCS project called Longship is in the construction phase. The project consist of two capture operators and one operator who will take care of carbon transport and storage.

You can read more about the project at

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