NCCS attends EU CCUS conference in Oslo
On 27 October, Norwegian CCS (NCCS) Centre Director Mona Mølnvik participated in a panel discussion at the EU’s annual Carbon Capture, Utilisation and…
Interview with Jannicke Bjerkås: Oslo to have the first full-scale CCS facility for waste incineration
At Arendalsuka, NCCS Centre Director Mona Mølnvik interviewed Hafslund Oslo Celsio’s CCS Director Jannicke Bjerkås about Celsio’s progress on building the first full-scale CCS facility for waste incineration.
CO2Datashare releases datasets from the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project
The Illinois Basin – Decatur Project (IBDP) has successfully demonstrated the safe geologic storage of carbon dioxide (CO2) at an almost commercial scale. We are delighted to announce that a subset of the data from this unique project is now available on the CO2DataShare open access digital portal.
Is CCS Really So Expensive?
Results from a collaboration between SINTEF and Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), in connection with the Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS), show that CCS implementation can have a minimal cost impact for end users while avoiding a significant amount of CO2 emissions.
Cement bond to rock and steel: the Achilles heel of well integrity
Portland cement is the most common material used in the construction and plugging of wells – however, cement bond to other materials is the weakest link in the well’s integrity. At the Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS), new methods have been developed to measure bond strength, as well as evaluate them under more realistic field conditions.
Salt Precipitation Experiments for Improved CO2 Storage
Authors from NCCS: Pierre Cerasi, Jelena Todorovic, Martin Raphaug and Alv-Arne Grimstad. CO2 sequestration in the subsurface should be undertaken immediately and at…