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TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil eye France North Sea CCS

Oil companies join Air Liquide, Borealis and Yara International in project to cut emissions in Normandy industrial basin

TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil-owned Esso have joined a project to explore the feasibility of deploying CO₂ storage infrastructure in the North Sea, aimed at reducing emissions in the Normandy industrial basin in northern France by 3mn t/yr by 2030. The two oil companies have agreed to undertake a feasibility study together with industrial gases and carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology company Air Liquide, and fertiliser producers Borealis and Yara International. The partnership will seek funding from European, French and regional support, and is open to other industrial parties, the five companies say. “This collective effort will be facilitated by TotalEnergies’ actions in developi



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