Norwegian CCS project to store upwards of 8 million tonnes of CO2

Norwegian Horisont Energi and British Neptune Energy are fast at work at CCS project Errai, which involves plans to store between 4 and 8 tonnes of CO2 in Norway.

Photo: Horisont Energi / PR

Norwegian carbon capture and storage project Errai, which was announced last year, is now entering the next phase.

Horisont Energi and Neptune Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding on developing the project, which will initially entail storage of between 4 and 8 million tonnes of CO2 and ”more in later phases”, the parties announce in a press release.

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