CCB Energy Holding and Northern Lights JV will facilitate the development of a CO2 value chain for local and regional industry in Øygarden, including handling and processing of CO2 deliveries to the Northern Lights receiving terminal.
On his visit to western Norway, the parliament politician Ove Trellevik took the opportunity to visit CCB Energy to get a better knowledge on the postive work that is being carried out in the Energy Park.
H2Production in the Energy Park will be the first producer of climate-neutral hydrogen from natural gas with CO2 capture. The facility, which is now under construction, will be the world's first of its kind.
The construction work of the CO2 capture facility in the Energy Park is progressing rapidly. This will be the world's first facility for capturing CO2 from various sources of permanent sub-storage.
Carbon Removal and Carbon Engineering have plans to establish CO2 capture facilities in Norway and are considering the Energy Park as a relevant location.
At Grøn Region's launch of the Vestlandsporteføljen 2021, the Energy Park and Heltefjordsbassenget were presented as a strategic maritime hub for the region.
The Swiss Climeworks considers the Energy Park as a potential location for the establishment of new and larger facilities that can capture CO2 directly from the air.
The Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Marte Mjøs Persen, believes that the State's large investment in the Energy Park in Øygarden is important for achieving Europe's climate targets.
By the use of new technology, a pilot plant is being established in Øygarden. The plant will be the first in the world to produce blue hydrogen with integrated CO₂ capture.
The Norwegian Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, visited the Energy Park to take part in the cornerstone laying ceremony of Northern Lights. The plant establishment for reception and storage of CO₂ plays an important role in the major Norwegian, climate investment, Longship.
TV2, a national TV channel, presents a news story about the upcoming establishment of a hydrogen factory in the Energy Park.
H2 Production AS, a subsidiary to CCB Energy Holding AS, has signed a contract with ZEG Power AS for the purchase of a hydrogen production plant. The plant will be the first of its kind, producing hydrogen based on natural gas with integrated CO2 capture.
ZEG Power has entered into an agreement with H2 Productions to establish the first Norwegian hydrogen factory with integrated CO₂ capture. The vision is that the hydrogen production will last as long as the Norwegian oil adventure.
The work has begun of establishing a storage site for greenhouse gases in the North Sea, based in Øygarden.
The Storting has approved the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy's budget for 2021, in line with the Government's proposals.
Norway will transport the CO₂ greenhouse gas to Øygarden and then pump it into North Sea reservoirs. How much of the investments will end up in Øygarden and will this create new workplaces and future value?
The Government will support the implementation of the capture, transport and storage of CO2 in Norway. The Energy Park is the selected location for reception and storage.
Through Lørn's podcast, Ronny Haufe presents CCB Energy Holding. The company has a strong focus on clean energy and sustainability and takes a central role in the industrial transition to climate friendly restructuring.
Hydrogen and electricity from natural gas or biogas without CO₂ emissions are the result of 20 years of research and development
A new hydrogen pilot facility will be established outside Bergen
CO2 management has been in use on the Norwegian continental shelf for more than 25 years, but now there are plans to store both Norwegian and European CO2 emissions under the seabed off Øygarden.
ZEG Power and CCB have agreed to initiate a collaboration to investigate common opportunities related to large-scale hydrogen production of Norwegian gas at Kollsnes. It will take place with cutting-edge Norwegian technology with built-in carbon capture, right next to Northern Lights' planned CO2 reception plant.
Through the Northern Lights project, the process has commenced of establishing a carbon reception and storage facility at the Energy Park.
At the Energy Park a facility for the production of hydrogen is established. The hydrogen will be produced emission-free from natural gas.