Transport and storage studies
The Full-scale CCS project in Norway was initiated when the government asked Gassnova to explore possibilities for a Full-scale CCS project, beyond the existing work at Mongstad. The following reports relate to transport and storage of CO2:
The Northern Lights consortium finished the FEED report in the Spring of 2020:
The Northern Lights consortium presented the concept report in the Spring of 2019:
In the early phases of the Full-scale CCS project in Norway Gassco had the responsibility for transport aspects of the project.
In the autumn of 2015, the Norwegian Government decided to continue this work and initiated a feasibility study. Gassnova completed that study in November 2016,
In May 2015 Gassnova submitted a pre-feasibility report, which identified several emission sources and storage sites that may be technically feasible for a CCS project. It also identified industrial players that may be interested in participating further.
Earlier reports on transport and storage (related to the planned full-scale projects at Kårstø and Mongstad) that the Full-scale CCS Project in Norway builds on.
Link to earlier projects 2008-2012