Aquaterra Energy has secured a contract with Ineos covering life extension work at the platform serving its Danish carbon capture and storage (CCS) scheme.
“The world is not just North America and Europe,” he said. “We need the best projects in the best places, not just in the best tax regimes.”
The Danish government has pushed back plans for its second carbon storage tender amid questions over whether the state should take a greater share of projects.
The group of companies the Project Greensand carbon capture and storage development has created new technology that has monitored that the stored CO2 is where it should be.
INEOS has taken to social media to share how its “world leading” carbon capture storage site in Denmark, project Greensand, works.
‘Big moment’ hailed as Danish CCS project injects CO2 from an Ineos chemicals site in Belgium – marking the first major cross-border transport and storage of emissions in Europe.
Permits from the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) will enable initial CO2 injection to begin at Wintershall Dea and INEOS’ Greensand carbon storage scheme in a matter of weeks.
In many ways the CCS world with its wells, reservoirs and sealing cap-rocks will be familiar to PESGB members.
The Danish Energy Agency has granted permission for CO2 injection and storage to begin at the country’s Greensand pilot project, as part of an initial four-month trial.
Wintershall Dea is to join a consortium developing a greenport hub on the Danish coast, linked to the country’s flagship Greensand carbon capture scheme.
Kent has been selected by Ineos Energy to conduct screening studies for the Project Greensand carbon capture and storage (CCS) scheme in the Danish North Sea.
Belgium and Denmark have entered into a “ground-breaking agreement” allowing captured C02 to be shipped across their borders and stored under the North Sea.
Large-scale testing has begun to support an initiative aimed at storing carbon emissions in the subsurface of the North Sea.
The Danish Energy Agency has awarded €26 million (£22m) to the Ineos-led consortium seeking to develop the Project Greensand carbon capture and storage (CCS) scheme.
Ineos has announced a $150million (£108m) deal to buy the oil and gas assets of Hess Corporation in Denmark.