As it is known from cheese and wine production, some processes can simply not be forced. This is apparently also the case when it comes to carbon storage.
Shortly before Christmas, a majority of Danish politicians signed an agreement on capture, transport, utilization and sequestration of CO2 in Denmark with a clear-cut plan for bringing the first capture facilities online by 2025. Since then, the end date has gradually slipped into 2026. Now the start date is being pushed as well after the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) has canceled the first Danish tender of carbon capture just three days ahead of the deadline.