While BIGCCS is winding down operations, NCCS – the Norwegian CCS Research Centre – is kicking off. NCCS is one of the new FME research project that was given the green light by the Research Council of Norway on May 26, 2016. NCCS aims to fast-track CCS development by addressing remaining barriers identified in demonstration Read More
Partow Henriksen og Jonathan Polfus har skrevet en kronikk om hvordan membraner som får rent hydrogen ut av naturgass, kan hjelpe Norge med det grønne skiftet og fremtidig verdiskaping. Les kronikken som stod på trykk i Dagens Næringsliv 14. oktober 2016 her.
The BIGCCS Final Conference was held at Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim on October 26-27, 2016. The aim of the conference was to sum up the eight years of activities and to give Centre partners concrete examples of the achievements. 70 attendees contributed in making the event a success. On the program were 29 oral Read More
Welcome to the conference on October 26-27. The final version of the program can be found here.
An updated version of the Conference program can be found here. Please, note that the deadline for registration is October 20. You can register here.
The CO2 Storage Data Consortium (CSDC) is a new international network aimed at promoting data sharing from pioneering CO2 storage projects in order to accelerate innovation and deployment of CCS. CSDC aims to make available datasets on site geology as well as geophysical monitoring data, well data, reservoir data and models. Access to properly curated Read More
The GHGT-13 Conference is held in Lausanne, Switzerland, 14-18 November this fall. BIGCCS researchers will make their presence known with 9 oral presentations and 10 posters. You can find the list with the BIGCCS contributions here.
After eight years in operation, the BIGCCS Centre ends in December 2016. We would therefore, like to invite you to our BIGCCS Final Conference, held in Trondheim on October 26-27, 2016 at Clarion Hotel and Congress. The intention with the Conference is to display the achievements from the Centre, and to discuss how the Centre Read More
The CLIMIT PhD Seminar 2016 is held at Scandic Ringsaker Hotel at Hamar (Norway), on October 20-21. The Seminar will be an excellent meeting place for young researchers where you can learn more about CO2 capture and storage (CCS). The seminar is also a very good opportunity to get a broad overview of the latest Read More
In June, the 150 kWth CLC (Chemical Looping Combustion) pilot plant at SINTEF in Trondheim achieved its first successful operation in full CLC mode, with very good results. Methane was used as fuel and copper oxide based particles were used as oxygen carrier. At a fuel power of 100 kW, methane conversion of up to Read More