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Gassnova is working to establish what could become Europe’s first industrial CCS project. The project will demonstrate that carbon capture, transport and storage (abbreviated to CCS) is possible and safe to implement. A full-scale CCS project can provide lessons and experiences that new CCS projects can take advantage of. In this abstract we present some experiences from the maturation of storage sites on the NCS.

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2018-11-21
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