Technology Centre Mongstad is the world’s largest facility for testing and improving CO2 capture. Knowledge gained will prepare the ground for CO2 capture initiatives to combat climate change. TCM is a joint venture between the Norwegian state, Statoil, Shell and Sasol.
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Some of the most influential players in the carbon capture community; SINTEF, NTNU, Engie, Road, Uniper, TNO and TCM are now collaborating to solve a challenge to carbon capture (CCS).
More than 250 of the world’s leading researchers in carbon capture, transport and storage - better known as CCS - have gathered today at the Soria Moria Hotel and Conference Centre in Oslo.
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