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First zero CO2 gas power plant




by izentrop » 23/11/20, 19:19

The commissioning of the Net Power plant dates from July 2018 https://netpower.com/technology/

I did not find any trace on the forum, you can move Christophe in case.
The inauguration:


A Norwegian liquefied CO2 storage project is underway
Liquefied CO2 from an industrial site is shipped to a coastal terminal near Kollsnes for temporary storage. From there, it will be picked up by pumping and transported by pipes, 110 km further on to a permanent offshore storage site about 2500m below the seabed.

The permanent underground storage of CO2 is a technology proven and implemented by Equinor for more than 24 years. The CO2 sequestered under the seabed is closely monitored and no CO2 leaks have ever been observed or detected. CCS technology is firmly established in Norway and is supported by the Norwegian state but also civil society.

The final investment decision for the Northern Lights project is scheduled for 2020 and the start of operations is planned for 2024. Already 7 memoranda of intent have been signed with European manufacturers such as Fortum, Air Liquide, ArcelorMittal and others, thus proving the high level of interest aroused by the Northern Lights project and for the CSC more generally.
https://polenergie.org/nos-actualites/n ... uropeenne/

Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) https://www.iea.org/reports/ccus-in-cle ... ransitions
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Re: First zero CO2 gas power plant




by izentrop » 23/11/20, 20:55

BP embarks Total, Shell, ENI and Equinor in a new underwater CO2 storage project in the North Sea https://www.usinenouvelle.com/article/b ... d.N1020319
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