CO2 capture, transport, and storage (CCS) is a process where waste carbon dioxide (CO2) is captured from large industrial plants, transported in pipelines or ships, and deposited so it will not enter the atmosphere. EU energy and climate targets cannot be met cost-effectively without CCS.
NCCS Consortium days 2019
NCCS Consortium Days 2019"Results, Innovation, and Potential Value Creation" is the theme of the 2019 NCCS Consortium Days. They will be held 22-23 October in Trondheim. We are in the process of developing an exciting and thorough agenda which will be published here as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you all there!
Latest NCCS Blog Posts
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…