Combat climate change through technology

2009

News 2009

  • US Minister of Energy visited TCM

    12/22/2009

    US Minister of Energy Steven Chu visited Mongstad near Bergen in Norway to get a tour of the new CO2 capture technology center under construction.

  • Sasol and Gassnova sign agreement

    8/17/2010

    The South African energy company Sasol has the intention of becoming a partner in TCM, and today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Gassnova.

  • Reinertsen awarded TCM contract

    10/28/2009

    TCM DA has awarded Reinertsen AS a contract for fabrication and installation of pipe trenches, support systems, process module, etc.

  • CSLF Endorses Ten New CCS Projects

    10/13/2009

    The Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum today added 10 new carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects to its existing R&D portfolio in an ongoing effort to bring together developed and developing nations in a collaborative quest to curtail manmade emissions of the greenhouse gas CO2.

  • AF Gruppen signs TCM contract

    8/17/2010

    AF Gruppen has signed a contract with StatoilHydro, on behalf of TCM partners, to perform the engineering work at the technology centre for CO2 cleaning at Mongstad

  • Alstom to build Chilled Ammonia plant

    8/17/2010

    On behalf of the partners of the European CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), StatoilHydro has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with Alstom Norway AS for a chilled ammonia (carbonate) CO2 capture plant at TCM in Norway.

  • TCM DA presented at Australian conference

    12/11/2009

    Technology Manager Olav Falk-Pedersen presented TCM DAs ambitions and concept at CSIRO PCC Science & Technology Seminar in Newcastle on 19 November 2009.

  • TCM DA established

    8/17/2010

    On June 17th 2009 the partners, Gassnova SF, A/S Norske Shell and StatoilHydro, decided to establish the company: European CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) and begin construction of a large CO2 technology centre located at the Mongstad refinery by Bergen in Norway.

  • Aker Clean Carbon to build Amine plant

    8/17/2010

    On behalf of the future partnership of the European CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), StatoilHydro has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with Aker Clean Carbon AS for an amine plant at TCM.

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