Value Maritime, an emission-reducing tech specialist for ships, has launched sister company Value Carbon. The new company will manage shore-based carbon handling, re-use and storage services for shipping companies and factories. With over five years in the business of...
CapeOmega and Neptune Energy have revealed NoordKaap, a project concept for a cross-border CO2 transport and storage development that will see CO2 stored in the Dutch North Sea. In addition, together with Sval, Neptune has applied for a CO2 storage licence in the...
The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) wants to evaluate the safety, technical and operational requirements for offloading shipboard captured CO2 during port calls. The outcomes of a study to this effect are to enable the offloading of liquefied carbon...
Underground storage of hydrogen at sea appears to be a technically feasible and relevant option to include in the planning and construction of the future energy system. That is the main finding of a study by Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN) and Dutch reseach institute...
Plans to build in the North Sea, from floating islands to wind farms and CO2 storage, abound. But is there enough room? And will such plans clash with the activities already taking place? PhD candidate Solange van der Werff and her TU Delft colleagues developed a...
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