Developping Longship, key lessons learned
Longship project in Norway is one of our potential storage site.
In a Government White Paper to the Norwegian parliament submitted on 21st September 2020, the Government proposed to launch a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Norway. Named ‘Longship’, the project has been developed over the past 6 years and the Final Investment Decision will be taken by the Norwegian Parliament in December 2020.
Other project in the Dunkirk region
C2FUEL is a Dunkirk CCU project.
C2FUEL aims to develop energy-efficient, economically and environmentally viable CO2 conversion technologies into green hydrogen based energy carriers. It will allow to simultaneously reuse CO2 emissions from Arcelor Mittal steel-making factory, electricity surplus in the Dunkirk area and to improve the operational and environmental performance of the DK6 combined cycle. C2FUEL unique circular approach could contribute to mitigate up to 2,4 Mt CO2 per year while converting up to 11 TWh of renewable electricity into green energy carriers.