Ready to realize full chain carbon capture and storage

In a Government White Paper to the Norwegian parliament submitted today, the Government proposes to launch a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Norway.


Workshop on CO2 infrastructure and clusters

On October 15, Gassnova will be co-hosting a virtual workshop on CO2 infrastructure and industrial clusters.  


The Norwegian CCS project is featured on German TV

A ZDF documentary about the Norwegian carbon capture and storage project (CCS), is now available for online viewing.


A new wave of technology for clean energy conversion

Innovative looping technology may pave the way for industrial applications. Gas switching combustion may be used for power generation or hydrogen production.


Three more years of testing at Technology Centre Mongstad

The Norwegian state and the industry partners Total, Shell and Equinor have signed the agreements that ensure continued operation of Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) from now until the end of 2023.


ESA approves financing of the Norwegian full-scale CCS project

-This CCS project is a groundbreaking step towards tackling climate change – an issue that affects all of us, said Bente Angell-Hansen, President of ESA, in a press relase about the approval.


Milestone for Swedish-Norwegian CCS project

Today, Sweden's largest CO2 capture test plant starts at Preem's refinery in Lysekil, with support from CLIMIT and Swedish energy authorities. The goal is for the tests to form the basis for a full-scale CCS plant  and send CO2


Important milestone in the CO2 storage project

The Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has received and started our assessment of the development plan for the Northern Lights CO2-storage project.


Driva 2020 Climate Talks: Increasing CCS support

In her streamed talk at Driva 2020, Gassnova CEO Trude Sundset focused on why carbon capture and storage (CCS) is an important technology and opportunity in Europe.


Continuing the operation of Technology Centre Mongstad

The Government propose a continuation of the financial support for the Technology Centre for CO2 capture at Mongstad (TCM) until end of 2023


TCM tests technology for climate fund

Technology Center Mongstad (TCM) has signed a contract with OGCI Climate Investments – the $1B+ investment fund of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) – to test carbon capture technology at TCM’s facilities in Norway in March 2020


Northern Lights well completed

Equinor and partners Shell and Total have completed the drilling of confirmation well 31/5-7 Eos south of the Troll field in the North Sea. The purpose was to determine the suitability of the reservoir in the Johansen formation for CO2 ...


Top US Energy Official visited TCM

Steven Winberg from US Department of Energy (DOE),  and his Norwegian colleague State Sec. Odd Emil Ingebrigtsen visited Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) on Friday 14.