Northern Lights to transport and store CO2 sourced from the Netherlands

Starting from 2025, CO2 will be transported from the Netherlands to Norway for storage as part of the Northern Lights project.

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Northern Lights and Yara have signed an agreement on the transport of CO2 from the latter’s ammonia and fertilizer facilities in Holland to Norway for storage.

Starting from early 2025, 800,000 tonnes of CO2 will be captured and liquefied, after which it will be transported to Norway and stored 2,600 meters below the seabed off the coast of Øygarden.

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