Recently, Danish consortium Greensand led by chemical group Ineos took a big step toward realizing Denmark's first commercial carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project. This happened when the now 29 partners announced they would launch a pilot project to test the concept, which involves storage below the Nini field once it's depleted. But Ineos isn't alone with such a plan for the Danish underground.
EnergyWatch reveals that the biggest oil and gas operator in the country, French supermajor TotalEnergies (formerly Total), is working actively to establish CCs in the North Sea. The government has designated the technology an absolute key area for climate change mitigation in Denmark.
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TotalEnergies can't see the need to pilot carbon storage under the Harald field in the Danish North Sea. Rather, the supermajor wants to begin at full scale if the Bifrost project manifests. Although much now depends on two forthcoming events: presentation of political strategy and allocation of EUDP money.