CO2 capture, transport, and storage (CCS) is a process where waste 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.
At TCCS-10 we got a hold of some of the worlds biggest experts on CCS.
Hear their opinions and ideas about the current progress of realising CCS globally.
Outside the BoCCS seminar series
The role of law in CCS deployment - Regulatory incentives to enable carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Norway and Europe.
Time: 14th Nov 10:00 - 12:00
Place: Realfagsbiblioteket, University Library, Blindern, Oslo
Outside the BoCCS is a seminar series exploring the interdisciplinary nature of CCS. It is open for all. This November the theme is legal aspects of CCS with speakers from the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Equinor, Zero Emission Resource Organization and UiO
- Climate Industry and Technology Department, Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Norway
- Zero Emission Resource Organisation
Organizers: University of Oslo
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