Cowi to play key role in new CCS project

A major Swedish collaboration aims to produce liquid carbon dioxide by capturing and storing CO2. Cowi will conduct a feasibility study for the planned infrastructure, which could end up becoming the first of its kind globally.

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Toward 2021, Danish consultancy Cowi will develop a feasibility study for what could end up becoming the first joint infrastructure for transporting liquid carbon dioxide produced using carbon capture and storage (CCS).

The project is based near the Port of Gothenburg and is dubbed Cinfracap – short for carbon infrastructure partners.

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