The UK government outlined its CCUS Vision in December, but where will the carbon set to be stored in offshore sites be sourced from?
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The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has mooted plans for a new industry levy to help fund its oversight of the carbon capture and storage (CCS) sector.
Full co-location of carbon storage sites with wind farms is in many cases “impossible”, the NSTA report found.
The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has confirmed the final list of companies which have accepted licences following the UK’s first ever carbon storage licensing round.
Perenco confirmed on Thursday that it had secured two further carbon storage licences, building on the permit it announced earlier this week.
New research led by the University of Aberdeen highlights the “huge potential” of carbon storage sites across a North Sea CCS ‘super basin’.
EnQuest reported solid production performance for the year so far, and confirmed its allocation of four carbon storage licences in the UK’s first licensing round.
Energy Voice offers a rundown of the North Sea operators who have successfully bagged permits under the UK’s first ever carbon storage licensing round.
Twelve companies have secured a total of 20 licences as part of the UK’s first-ever carbon storage licensing round, spurring on development of several CCS clusters.
The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) is to fill out a new, dedicated carbon storage team ahead of the results of the UK’s first CCS licensing round.
The Norwegian government said it had received six applications for permits for offshore CO2 storage, and offered new acreage as it seeks to build a “new commercial industry” around CCS.
The UK is making progress on plans to store carbon dioxide emissions under the North Sea, with nearly 20 companies bidding for licences.
Bids are now being accepted for the UK’s first ever carbon storage licensing round, with 13 areas up for grabs.