Emissions cuts on the shelf: rapid action needed
Emissions reduction solutions that are ready have to be implemented at a rapid pace, if the Norwegian oil and gas industry is to meet its 2030 targets.
Comparison of sampling strategies for hydrogen fuel quality control in Europe
Sampling of hydrogen fuel from refueling stations is an integral part of the quality assurance performed to ensure that hydrogen fuel meets the…
The Glass decarbonisation challenge
Project H2GLASS will help decarbonising the glass manufacturing industry, by using hydrogen as a fuel for the furnaces.
Co-processing book launch at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Dehli
Kåre Helge Karstensen (SINTEF) co-authored the book “Sustainable Management of Wastes through Co-processing” together with two Indian colleagues, Mr. Ulhas Parlikar, an expert…
Machine learning can reduce the environmental impact of oil production
In the competence building project KPN New Hydrate Management, SINTEF and NMBU combine new experimental methods to extract specific components from crude oil…
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.