Aker spin-off focuses on CCS: "Denmark is a key area"

Newly established Aker Carbon Capture aims for collaboration with as many as possible to build up a global CCS industry. The Norwegian firm sees neighboring Denmark as a key area, CCO Jon Christopher Knudsen tells EnergyWatch.

Photo: Aker Carbon Capture PR

There was already clarity in August, when Aker Solutions spun off three new subsidiaries, as to the ambition of at least one of the companies: Aker Carbon Capture was meant to become a world leader within carbon capture and sequestration (CCS).

And during the CCS specialist's first few months, this ambition has only strengthened; primarily because Aker Carbon Capture has secured a massive contract with cement factory Norcem, where it will capture 400,000 tonnes of CO2 per year from a full-scale facility as part of major project Northern Lights.

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