Category: CCS

How to justify not to drill a well when no well has been drilled before?

How to justify not to drill a well when no well has been drilled before?

The offshore of Belgium is small. It’s the smallest offshore area of all countries surrounding the North Sea. Yet, not a single deep well has been dri [...]
The North Sea offers great potential to feature in the energy transition, but urgency is needed

The North Sea offers great potential to feature in the energy transition, but urgency is needed

Dutch research programme looks at how to smartly link the various energy functions in the North Sea to arrive at a climate-neutral energy system. [...]
Another Triassic reservoir on the radar for carbon storage in the UK?

Another Triassic reservoir on the radar for carbon storage in the UK?

The Oil and Gas Authority receives an application for the appraisal and storage of Carbon Dioxide in the Liverpool Bay area [...]
Triassic reservoirs back on the Carbon Storage stage

Triassic reservoirs back on the Carbon Storage stage

In a press release issued on Wednesday last week, Equinor detailed plans to build a clean hydrogen plant in the UK which includes offshore carbon capt [...]
Green light for a new industry

Green light for a new industry

- The Northern Lights project could be the first step towards developing a carbon capture and storage (CCS) value chain, needed to reach the global cl [...]
Striving to be a world leader

Striving to be a world leader

An inaugural CO2CRC CCS Policy Forum is being convened to develop a consensus industry view on a practical CCS policy framework that will stimulate CC [...]
Eos CCS well confirms CO2 storage potential

Eos CCS well confirms CO2 storage potential

The exploration well 31/5-7 (EOS) in EL 001 encountered a total of 173 metres of water-wet sandstone in the Aurora prospect, with good to very good re [...]
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