GCCSI: Significant increase in CCS projects in development

In GCCSI’s annual status update of CCS projects globally shows that, since 2017, there has been a growing number of CCS projects in development, with a planned capacity of over 140 tonnes of CO2 per year.

UK appoints two CCS clusters in its first announcement

In October, the UK government annouced that it will enter into negotiations with two industrial clusters to develop CCS infrastructure, to be operational around 2025.

Europe’s energy crisis

A story of a difficult reopening and a difficult transition. The IEA, the World Economic Forum, and many others, have helped to shed light on the causes of the recent energy crisis.

UN report: A large gulf between climate talk and action

Ahead of the annual climate negotiations, the UNEP published its annual Emission Gap Report, which shows how countries are faring with the implementation of policies to achieve climate goals.

G20 still agrees that the Paris Agreement’s climate goals will be met

At the end of October – before the climate talks in Glasgow (COP26) – the world’s most powerful states (G20) gathered in Rome. The global economy, climate issues and sustainability were on the agenda.

The film about Longship

We have a common responsibility to solve one of the greatest challenges of our time; climate change. Longship is part of the solution.

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.



CCS Environmental Analysis, October

On a monthly basis, Gassnova prepares an analysis of important CCS international market trends, and what drives innovation in our focus areas. Here is the analysis for October.

CLIMIT projects

80 Projects
200 Technical participants
80 Projects
200 Technical participants
817 Total budget (MNOK)
12 Countries involved
414 CLIMIT Financing (MNOK)
178 Co Financers