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Statoil to Develop Carbon Capture and Storage System Off Norway

Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil has been assigned the task of developing a carbon storage facility offshore Norway, in what could be the world’s first storage site to receive carbon dioxide from several industrial sources. The storage project is part of Norwegian government’s efforts to develop full-scale carbon capture and storage in Norway. The project […] The post Statoil to Develop Carbon Capture and Storage System Off Norway appeared first on gCaptain.
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