German gas giant sees big CCS potential in Denmark

Wintershall Dea found it natural to enter a new consortium aiming to stash CO2 under the Danish North Sea, says Wintershall Dea senior vice president Robert Frimpong to EnergyWatch in an interview.

Wintershall Dea senior vice president Robert Frimpong. As a part of a new consortium including Maersk Drilling, Ineos and Geus, Germany's Wintershall Dea says it wants to pump carbon into the Danish North Sea underground. Photo: Wintershall Nordzee

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