BIGCCS Vision and Goals

The vision of the BIGCCS Centre is to enable sustainable power generation from fossil fuels based on cost-effective CO2 capture, safe transport, and underground storage of CO2.

The BIGCCS Centre develops new knowledge and technology required to accelerate deployment of large scale CCS, through international co-operation. Innovation and value creation is promoted throughout the CO2 value chain.

Research areas:

  • CO2 capture – power generation and industry
  • CO2 transport
  • CO2 storage
  • CO2 value chain


Latest news

Technical meeting in SP2 CO2 Transport

BIGCCS sub-programme 2 on CO2 Transport has technical meetings every semester to inform centre partners on the current status and progress. This semester’s meeting was arranged on 7 May as a telephone conference supported

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Xiaoguang Ma awarded his PhD

Xiaoguang Ma was award his PhD in Chemical Engineering at NTNU after a successful defense of his PhD thesis on 29th April, 2014. His thesis is titled, ‘Precipitation in Carbon dioxide Capture Processes’. His

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Xiaoguang Ma to defend his PhD

Xiaoguang Ma, student of Prof. Jens-Petter Andreassen will defend his PhD thesis,   ‘Precipitation in Carbon Dioxide Capture Processes ‘, after the trial lecture, ‘Ionic Liquids for CO2 Capture’, on 29th April, 2014. He has been working

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Camilla Vigen awarded her PhD

Camilla Vigen successfully defended her PhD dissertation entitled “Mixed conductivity in novel oxides for dense ceramic hydrogen gas separation membranes” April 11th at the department of chemistry, University of Oslo. Her work was funded

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