ACCSESS warmly invites you to its first open webinar on CCUS regulations, utilisation and life-cycle analyses.
On 9 January 2023, PROSPIN’s rotary packed bed absorber arrived at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM).
On 6 January 2023, an interview with ACCSESS Coordinator Kristin Jordal about CO₂ capture and storage (CCS) was featured on the German TV programme Tagesthemen (“Issues of the day”), one of Germany’s main newscasts. The interview was part of coverage of German Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck’s visit to Oslo, Norway on 5 January. The two […]
Last week, the absorber and stripper column for the Celsio CO2 capture pilot rig was installed at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), in preparation for the next test campaign as part of ACCSESS’ testing of improved post-combustion CO2 capture technology.
ACCSESS recently featured in an article on climate mitigation technologies in Germany’s largest regional newspaper.
On 18-19 October, the ACCSESS consortium convened in Cologne for the project’s third technical meeting.
ACCSESS will be participating in GHGT-16, with a total of eight presentations and posters from the project.
On 22 September, the ACCSESS project was involved in two EU events by hosting a Sustainable Energy Day Event in Oslo and participating in a H2020 Project workshop in Brussels.
ACCSESS was at the forefront of Arendalsuka on Tuesday during a panel discussion focused on CCS as a solution to urban climate problems, hosted by ACCSESS partner Hafslund Oslo Celsio. Arendalsuka (lit. “Arendal’s week”) is a Norwegian political festival that takes place in August every year in Arendal, Norway. The project was introduced by Mona […]
The Hafslund Oslo Celsio mobile CO2 capture plant in Klemetsrud has been started up with CO2 Solutions technology provided by Saipem. This plant is the pilot of the ACCSESS project, a four-year Horizon 2020 project that aims to demonstrate technologies and produce tools and plans that aim to consolidate carbon dioxide capture and utilization or […]