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Statkraft to produce green methanol

The utility plans to establish a facility in Northern Norway slated to produce 100,000 tonnes per year.

The plant will be based on an already existing technology used in Iceland. | Photo: Statkraft

Statkraft is increasing its efforts within advanced biofuels and has plans to build an eMethanol plant in Northern Norway, the utility states in a press release.

A partnership between Statkraft, industrial group Finnfjord and Carbon Recycling International (CRI) is meant to establish a new, commercial eMethanol facility in Norway with capacity to produce 100,000 tonnes per year and contribute to sustainable industrial growth in Norway. The plant will be located in Northern Norway at Finnfjord's production site.

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