The CLIMIT programme provides financial support for development of CCS technology.

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Developing special materials that can capture CO2http://www.climit.no/en/developing-special-materials-that-can-capture-co2Developing special materials that can capture CO22018-10-09T11:45:29ZThe most common technology used to capture CO2 from flue gas is the use of amines. However, this is an energy intensive process. SINTEF develops materials that can capture CO2 by adsorption.

 

 

Programme Steering Committee meetingProgramme Steering Committee meeting2018-12-12T23:00:00Z12

 

 

CLIMIT-Demo call for ISO expert applications http://www.climit.no/en/climit-demo-call-for-applications-for-iso-expertCLIMIT-Demo call for ISO expert applications 2018-09-06T14:20:35ZThis is a call for funding of projects to participate as experts in the international standardization work for CCS (ISO-TC 265).
More R&D projects continue as demo projectshttp://www.climit.no/en/more-r-d-projects-continue-as-demo-projectsMore R&D projects continue as demo projects2018-05-31T09:11:33ZThe new annual report from CLIMIT contains a broad review of some of the many exciting and relevant CCS projects that receive support from the CLIMIT research program under the direction of Gassnova and the Norwegian Research Council.
Solid international collaborationhttp://www.climit.no/en/solid-international-collaborationSolid international collaboration2018-04-24T08:51:40ZInternational collaboration is required in order to make the capture, transport and storage of CO2 an efficient climate measure. CLIMIT greatly contributes to this.
Preem assesses carbon capture from Lysekil refineryhttp://www.climit.no/en/preem-assesses-carbon-capture-from-lysekil-refineryPreem assesses carbon capture from Lysekil refinery2018-02-21T11:38:18ZPreem has started a CLIMIT supported carbon capture (CCS) pilot study on their refinery in Lysekil.
New IEAGHG reportshttp://www.climit.no/en/new-ieaghg-reportsNew IEAGHG reports2018-02-02T07:58:17ZThere are several new, interesting reports from IEAGHG, i.e. about CO2 Storage efficiency, Pubic perception of CO2 pipelines and a Monitoring Network meeting.


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