"This is Denmark's lunar landing"

Denmark is vying to cut its toughest emissions with its plans to establish a large-scale PtX plant, says project partner. However, it's also an untested technology at such a large scale and entails many potential pitfalls and elements of uncertainty.

Boston Consulting Group Partner Esben Hegnsholt. | Photo: PR / Boston Consulting Group

On July 20, 1969, Niels Armstrong voiced the now-iconic words, "The Eagle has landed", sent from the lunar surface through a scratchy radio connection and into living rooms around the world.

The moon landing was a major technological tour de force and did much to cement recognition of the US' position as a global superpower. In retrospect, it can also been as the beginning of the end of the Cold War.

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