Feasibility of CO2 storage as a climate mitigation measure in Norway

Seminar series Outside the BOCCS. (CCS=CO2 capture and storage.)

Illustration snow and skies

Photo: Ingrid Anell

Norway has ratified the Paris climate agreement, and the government has formulated a mitigation strategy to reduce climate gas emissions by 40 % (rel. 1990) before 2030. This is in line with EU targets. The goal is to achieve actual emission cuts in Norway, not mainly through international quotas. How are we going to manage large reductions fast and effectively, in ways that are the most suitable for the typical Norwegian industrial CO2-sources? Is storage of CO2 a feasible solution? Who will ensure low risk and facilitate upscaling and infrastructure? 

Program

13:15 Do we need CCS? Norwegian climate targets, negative emissions and carbon storage. The key role of CCS demand.

Asbjørn Torvanger - Cicero

13:40 Realizing full-scale CO2 capture and storage in Norway – accelerating CCS in Europe? Egil Meisingset - Norwegian Oil and Energy Department
14:05 Gassnovas role in CCS: facilitation, infrastructure and sharing the risk Kari-Lise Rørvik – Gassnova
14:30 Energy intensive industry climate measures and European policy Olav Øye – Bellona
14:55 Coffee and panel discussion  

The event will be streamed

Published Mar. 4, 2019 12:57 PM - Last modified Mar. 4, 2019 1:10 PM