Project Greensand

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Greensand is the most mature CCS project in Denmark with the possibility of storing up to 1.5 million tons of CO2 per year at the end of 2025. As storage sites expand to the ‘Siri Fairway’ area, this will further increase giving storage capacity of up to 8 million tons of CO2 per year in 2030. Similarly to other storage projects in the North Sea, the Greensand project is aiming to set up an open-source supply chain, providing CCS services to third-party customers in Europe. This model will be tested with a trial project, capturing CO2 from Ineos’ Belgian ethylene plant and shipping it to Greensand via the Port of Antwerp.


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An expansion of Equinor’s CCS capacity, Smeaheia will offer CO2 storage “on a commercial basis” to industrial customers in the steel, cement, and heavy industry sectors. Equinor plans to offer Smeaheia’s CO2 storage services to companies across Europe as they have identified a growing demand for industrial solutions across Europe.

Northern Lights

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Northern Lights is responsible for developing and operating CO2 transport and storage facilities, open to third parties, as part of Longship, the Norwegian Government’s full-scale carbon capture and storage project. In addition to storing CO2 from the Longship projects, Northern lights have also signed a commercial agreement with Yara Sluiskil to store CO2 captured from their ammonia plant in the Netherlands. This is the first cross border CO2 transport and storage agreement globally and paves the way for carbon storage markets in Northwest Europe.

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