Three oil companies apply for CO2 storage sites in Norwegian North Sea

Norway bets heavily on carbon capture and storage and notes interest from three players.

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On Wednesday, the Norwegian Ministry for Petroleum and Energy reports to have received three additional applications from companies hoping to be awarded a site for future storage of CO2 on the Norwegian shelf.

The applicants are oil and gas companies TotalEnergies, Wintershall Dea, and Cape Omega. The deadline for applications in the tender was June 1, and the authorities aim to allocate storage sites in the second half of the year.

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