German interest in Norwegian CCS work

In the German political debate there has been an increasing focus on CCS to achieve tighter climate goals by 2050. Now German politicians will learn more about the Norwegian model for CCS, and what Norway is about to offer Europe.


IEA: Enormous restructuring is ahead of us, and the road ahead is narrow

In May, the IEA issued a special report on the path to net zero emissions in 2050. The report is specific to recommendations to governments up to the COP26 negotiations in Glasgow in November. It is based on previous analyzes that are also mention...


Did you miss the presentations from Mission Innovation?

The side event about Longship and Accelerating CCS Technologies (ACT) are now published on Youtube. See all, or parts, of the event here.


HeidelbergCement starts CO₂ capture project in Sweden

The HeidelbergCement Group's Swedish subsidiary Cementa starts planning a carbon capture plant on Gotland. The project is based, among other things, on the experiences gained through Norcem's carbon capture project in Brevik.


Sharing our experiences with Sweden

One of Gassnova's main goals is to promote technology development and competence building for cost-effective and future-oriented solutions for CO2 management. Today, the head of CCS's technology and knowledge hub in Gassnova, Audun Røsjorde, pres...


Join our webinar during Mission Innovation!

Want to learn more about the largest climate project in Norwegian industry ever called "Longship"? And about Accelerating CCS Technologies (ACT) that promote CCUS through transnational funding? Join this webinar on June 1st.