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Greensand consortium pursues North Sea CCS pilot

Pilot could inform full-scale project to capture and permanently store 4-8mn t CO₂/yr, developers say

A consortium led by global chemical giant Ineos, German oil and gas producer Wintershall Dea and Denmark’s Maersk Drilling continues to pursue plans for one of Europe’s first full-chain carbon capture and storage (CCS) pilot projects in the Danish North Sea. The project, called Greensand, aims to capture CO₂ emitted onshore and transport it offshore for injection and permanent storage in depleted oil and gas reservoirs, starting with the Nini West field. “Greensand has brought together a strong consortium of 29 companies, with strong competencies across key players from Denmark and around the world” Gade, Ineos Energy The consortium of 29 companies, research institutes and uni

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