Norway seeks CCS accord with Denmark before summer

Denmark and Norway should sign a bilateral CCS accord before summer, paving the way for CO2 transportation between the two nations, says Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre in an interview with EnergyWatch.

On an industry level, we might be competitors, but politically, Denmark and Norway should collaborate on carbon capture and storage, says Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre. | Photo: Ólafur Steinar Rye Gestsson

Wearing an orange hard hat which contrasts the more traditional dark-blue suit, Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre is escorted around the ARC waste-to-energy plant by CEO Jacob Hartvig Simonsen.

The theme of the visit is carbon capture and storage on a general level and ARC's pilot facilities for carbon capture specifically.

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