Semco Maritime finalizes design for CO2 pumping system

The Danish company has put the final touch on a pumping system that will transmit CO2 underground in Project Greensand.

Photo: Semco Maritime

Semco Maritime has taken yet another step towards enabling CO2 storage in depleted North Sea oil fields in connection with Project Greensand.

This follows the finalization of the design for the pumping system which will transport liquid CO2 from containers via the Nini West platform in the Danish North Sea and 1,800 meters beneath the sea floor for permanent storage in a sandstone reservoir.

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