PhD Defense: Snorre Foss Westman, May 3

Mr. Snorre Foss Westman has submitted his thesis: Vapor-liquid equilibrium measurement data for the two binary systems carbon dioxide + nitrogen and carbon dioxide + oxygen. The thesis will be defended at NTNU on May 3. More information about time and place will be available ca 14 days prior to the event. Summary: To realize large-scale deployment Read More

Transnational Access (ECCSEL) – Open Call

The first call for proposals to Transnational Access under ECCSEL Research Infrastructure is now open. Financed by the EU HORIZON 2020 programme, Transnational Access gives free access to world class research infrastructure (RI) in Europe for CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS) technologies. Applications should be submitted to ECCSEL by Friday, March 11. Early application is advisable. Read More

«Grønn Fase» – 50.000 kr for beste idé

«Grønn Fase» søker ideer til innovative løsninger for å skape en mer bærekraftig fremtid. Beste idé premieres med 50.000 kroner, og prisen deles ut på årets Norges Forskningsråds Energiforskningskonferanse 26. mai. Mer om prisen her: «Grønn Fase» ( ) er en tankesmie med stipendiater og masterstudenter som jobber med miljøvennlig energi, primært knyttet til Read More

Climit workshop: Emerging capture technologies

CLIMIT organized a workshop on «Emerging CO2 Capture Technologies» on January 26th and 27th this year, close to Oslo Airport. The workshop had a special focus on energy intensive industries. About 50 leading international and Norwegian experts within industry, technology suppliers, RD&D and academia were invited. The main objective of the workshop was to get Read More

New BIGCCS PhD – Dr. Robin Wegge

Mr. Robin Wegge successfully defended his PhD thesis at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, on February 5. The title of his thesis was: Thermodynamic Properties of the (Argon + Carbon Dioxide) System: Instrument Development with Density and Speed-of-Sound Measurements The assessment committee consisted of: Head: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Viktor Scherer 1stReviewer: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Span 2ndReviewer: Dr.-Ing. Markus Read More

ECCSEL Transnational Access

The European Union’s HORIZON 2020 programme, which funds and supports the current implementation of ECCSEL, also finances Transnational Access to ECCSEL Research Iinfrastructure. The «Transnational Access» grant allows researchers, or groups of researchers, to access free of charge the available ECCSEL facilities included in this program, including free travel and lodging. The next calls are Read More