NCCS aims to fast-track CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) deployment by working closely with industry on research topics designed to address major barriers to making CCS happen in Norway, Europe, and the world.
NCCS (Norwegian CCS Research Centre) is a Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME).
NCCS in the year of Covid-19
A message from NCCS Centre manager Amy Brunsvold
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NCCS and Longship
Longship is one of the first industrial CCS projects to develop an open access infrastructure with the intent and the capacity to store significant volumes of CO2 from across the European continent. Announced in September 2020, the proposals include substantial government funding to complete a fullscale implementation of the complete CCS chain.
2020 by numbers
NCCS is organised in 12 Tasks. Each Task focuses on different aspects of CCS, both on the national and international scale. Together they work towards fast tracking CCS deployment and becoming a world leading centre for CCS research.
The Value of Innovation in NCCS
A look inside award-winning research
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What next? Looking ahead to 2024 & beyond
NCCS is a dynamic and flexible centre with an ambitious vision. We have adapted to the changing CCS world around us and the organization of the scientific activities has been adapted accordingly. Norway's dedication to CCS research over the last four decades has been crucial, yet the NCCS proposal was developed at a time when CCS policy and political support was at an all-time low. Longship changed this situation.