- Mar 10, 2021 7:18 am GMT
Northern Lights will receive captured CO2 transported on ship to Øygarden municipality on the western coast of Norway. Here, the gas will be temporarily stored before it is sent through a pipeline to the storage site on the continental shelf. At the storage site CO2 is pumped down to a sealed reservoir for permanent storage 2600 meters below the seabed. The reservoir is located in utilisation permit 001 in the northern part of the North Sea, southwest of the Troll field and east of the Oseberg field.Dr Massey and I 'chinwag' about Carbon Capture and Storage:
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