Danish carbon storage can run at max from day one

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.

I næste uge afgøres det, hvorvidt og i hvilket omfang de to danske CCS-projekter Greensand og Bifrost modtager støtte fra EUDP. | Photo: Energistyrelsen

In Nordic mythology, Bifrost is a burning rainbow bridge that connects Asgard to Midgard. Now, TotalEnergies is trying to establish another sort of bridge of the same name for a carbon capture and sequestration project connecting the company's fossil past and present to a greener future.

If everything goes as planned, the French supermajor sees no need to start small with a pilot project such as is the case with the other Danish CCS project, the Ineos-led Project Greensand, says TotalEnergies Head of CCS and Technical Services, Denmark, Morten Gjetting Stage in an interview with EnergyWatch.

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