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Danish tender CCUS tender opens for applications

The Danish Energy Agency is now accepting applications from players looking to prequalify to bid in a coming carbon capture and storage tender.

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As of Monday this week, the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) is accepting applications for a carbon capture, utilization and sequestration tender for which DKK 16bn (EUR2.15bn) of public support money was earmarked last summer, the DEA presents in a webinar.

The overall tender framework demands storage of 0.4 million tonnes of CO2 by 2026.

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