Five companies seek CO2 storage licenses in Norway

Norway's energy minister is pleased to see big interest in storing CO2 in the country's underground.


The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy names the companies seeking licensing to inject and store CO2 in depleted fossil fuel reservoirs on the continental shelf, both in the North Sea and the Barents Sea.

Norsk Shell, Equinor, Horisont Energi, Vår Energi and the Northern Lights consortium are the five applicants, the ministry confirms in a statement Monday.

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