Ineos feels excluded from Danish CCS process

The lead player behind Danish CCS project Greensand is dissatisfied with the aspect of carbon storage apparently omitted from evaluation of bids for project funding, the company writes to the Danish Energy Agency.

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Denmark has established a subsidy pool earmarked for carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), the basic idea of which is to grant money to a capture operator tasked with setting up a value chain also entailing transport and storage.

The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) is now processing tendering material, which as public policy is reportedly first and foremost centered on the carbon capture element.

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