CCS project Greensand secures CO2 storage vessel

Blue Water Shipping, one of the parties in the consortium behind the Project Greensand pilot phase, has inked a deal with Aurora Offshore for a CO2 transport vessel.

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Blue Water Shipping has struck a deal with Aurora Offshore for a PX 121 vessel from Ulstein for the carbon capture and storage project Greensand.

The vessel will transport tanks of liquid CO2 to the Project Greensand storage facility in the Danish part of the North Sea. Spearheaded by oil outfit Ineos, the Greensand consortium seeks to store between 0.5 and 1.5 million tonnes of CO2 underneath Ineos’ Nini field by 2025.

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