CO2 laboratory, Tiller
The CO2 laboratory at Tiller is a highly equipped test facility for development of post-combustion CO2 capture technologies, as well as a research lab for flue gas pre-treatment analysis and emission research.
Degradation studies of solvents
Solvent studies is essential in the work with developing post combustion CO2 capture technologies. Solvent degradation may lead to a significant loss of solvent performance (solvent losses, corrosion problems etc.) and also lead to a negative environmental impact (emissions to air, production of special waste).
Formation Physics Laboratory
The Formation Physics Laboratory provides laboratory services covering a wide variety of aspects within petroleum rock mechanics and related areas. We do testing both separately for external clients, and as part of the Formation Physics Department’s research projects.
Lab for testing membranes, fuel cells and electrolysers
In the lab in Oslo we can test membranes, fuel cells and electrolysers under real operating conditions. Experiments can be carried out at pressures up to 30 bars and temperatures up to 1100°C.
We can test and characterise a wide range of different materials in our laboratories. Materials and components are bent, tensioned and compressed, and go through fracture- and fatigue tests.
The Reservoir laboratory provides methods and equipment for performing experiments at reservoir and production conditions.
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.
- ECCSEL SEPPIL - Low temperature separation laboratory - Low temperature separation pilot
- NTNU Turbulent Combustion Lab
- ECCSEL DEPRESS - Depressurization facility
- ECCSEL CO2MIX - VLE - Facility for accurate phase equilibrium measurements of CO2-rich mixtures
- ESSCEL VISC-DENS - Viscosity and density apparatus
- NGI- Rock mechanics laboratory