The value of trust between private companies and authorities

The stakeholders involved in the CCS project Longship all highlight trust as a prerequisite for the success of the project. Longship are being realized even though important regulatory issues have not yet been clarified, and it is unclear how the…

To mennesker som tar hverandre i hendene.

Amine-based carbon capture produces small emissions of amines

The capture operators Heidelberg Materials (formerly Norcem) and Hafslund Oslo Celsio in the Longship project have tested their capture technologies on their own flue gas. Both note that this has been important to ensure that the amine emissions …

Bilde av en skog hvor solen titter frem.

Sharing learning about regulation of CCS chain

Longship will provide learning related to the regulation and incentivization of CO2 management activities that others can benefit from. As Langskip is the first entire CCS chain to be regulated in Norway, the interface between regulato…

Illustrasjon av tegnene CO2 som det ryker av. Grafisk illustrasjon.

Tailored state aid agreements are necessary

Experience from the Longship project shows that, due to a lack of commercial incentives for industry partners and whole chain risks that could not be absorbed by industry partners, tailored state aid agreements were necessary.

Jente med langt hår står og ser på et langskip med nordlyset i taket over. Foto/illustrasjon.

CCS Norway

CCS Norway is developed by Gassnova to share knowledge about the Longship CCS project with industries, governments and others.

Report about regulatory lessons learned from Longship

The report “Regulatory lessons learned from Longship” is written by Gassnova. In this report the regulatory issues and challenges facing Longship and how these are resolved are discussed in light of the state’s different roles.

Sharing learning about regulation of CCS chain

As Langskip is the first entire CCS chain to be regulated in Norway, the interface between regulatory authorities had to be clarified.


Norcem Brevik may become the world’s first cement factory equipped with a CO2 capture plant.


Hafslund Oslo Celsio plans to capture CO2 from their waste-to-energy plant in Oslo.

Northern Lights

Equinor, Shell and TotalEnergies form the transport and storage consortium of Northern Lights. They plan to develop an open access infrastructure for CO2 transport and storage.