MACON CCS aims to aid in CCS becoming a widespread, efficient climate policy instrument by tackling identified barriers in monitoring and controlling upcoming CCS transport networks.
The project is preparing the groundwork to target pressing data gaps for the development of efficient and robust predictive flow models, along with sensor technology assessments for monitoring of CCS streams in real-time.
The scientific results of MACON CCS will have the potential to enable large-scale deployment of CCS from industrial sources and the long-term business case of the Norwegian large-scale project for CO2 transport and storage infrastructure (Northern Lights).
To unlock the potential, MACON CCS brings together key industrial and research players in a consortium aiming for excellence in innovation and research.
The project is coordinated by SINTEF Energy Research, who, along with NTNU, undertakes the core of the research activities and educate PhD and MSc students.
The industry partners above contribute with know-how and equipment, including sensors, meters, and systems for monitoring and control.
This is a Collaborative Project to meet Societal and Industry-related Challenges partly financed by the Research Council of Norway.