NCCS – Industry driven innovation for fast track CCS deployment
NCCS will enable fast-track CCS deployment through industry-driven science-based innovation, addressing the major barriers identified within demonstration and industry projects, aiming at becoming a world-leading CCS centre.
- NCCS will through research ensure that Norway remains an international leader in CCS
- NCCS research activities supports achieving CO2 storage in the North Sea
- NCCS will contribute to the government's ambition to realize a full-scale CCS chain by 2022
- NCCS will exploit the potential of the ECCSEL infrastructure
The 10th Trondheim CCS Conference is an internationally leading CCS conference. It was held June 17-19 in Trondheim, Norway. At the Conference, international researchers, policy makers, industry and academia gathered to present and discuss the latest CCS research.
This June, NCCS hosted the IEAGHG International Interdiciplinary CCS Summer School. The Summer School joined 58 students from 24 countries, who spent one week in Trondheim learning from world leading experts within the CCS feild. Thank you to all who helped make the Summer School such a great success!
Better understanding of CO2 liquefaction (Towards identifying optimal transport conditions for ship-based CCS)
Ship-based transport of CO2 is an attractive technology for early deployment of CCS. It has several advantages like cost-effectiveness for long distances and…
FTIR combined with multivariate analysis for monitoring of solvent composition in CO2 capture plant.
For post combustion CO2 capture, solvents which are blends of amines and/or other additives are often used. Monitoring of the solvent composition is…