– a vital tool for energy research in Norway
SINTEF’s work helps safeguard the value of Norwegian gas in the international market
- CCS Value Chain
- CFD - Computational Fluid Dynamics
- CO2 - Storage
- CO2 as working fluid
- CO2 capture
- CO2 capture – Absorption Processes
- CO2 capture plant emission measurements
- CO2 capture using solid adsorbents at low temperatures
- CO2 capture with membranes
- CO2 Condensation
- CO2 injection
- CO2 transport
- CO2-capture: Process modelling and simulation
- Combustion and Burner Technology
- Combustion processes for CO2 capture technolgy
- Flow phenomena
- Hydrogen technology and energy storage
- Liquefaction of hydrogen
- LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas)
- Oil and gas conversion technology
- Oil, Gas, Water Separation
- Optical instrumentation
- Process and gas technology
- Process modelling
- Process optimization
The thermal engineering laboratories is the nation's leading laboratory in the field of combustion, refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump, low-temperature and bio processes and CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) and processing.
The Reservoir laboratory provides methods and equipment for performing experiments at reservoir and production conditions.
Biomass to energy (BtE) and waste to energy (WtE) plants in Norway need to comply with stricter emission limits and/or adjust to tighter profit margins, and EU have implemented a further reduction of emission limits from medium (scale) combustion...
POLYMEM - New polymeric membranes for CO2 capture
The primary objective of the POLYMEM project is to reduce the costs, energy and environmental impact of CO2 capture compared with existing technologies by developing and implementing the "next generation" polymeric membranes.
For the first time, a major European research infrastructure project is being led by a country from outside the EU.
CO2 is the great scapegoat of our age. Is there a way to get rid of it by burying it in the ground or beneath the sea bed?
2. September HRH The Crown Prince Haakon Magnus opened our new SINTEF Energy Lab.