Dear ACCSESS newsletter readers,

We’re happy to announce that the CO₂ capture pilot rig, owned by Hafslund Oslo Celsio and operating with Saipem’s CO₂ Solutions enzymatic solvent, is now in stable operation with Prospin and Proceler’s rotating packed bed (RPB) absorber!
This marks a new milestone in the ACCSESS and the start of the second phase of testing at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM). The first phase of tests were conducted with the rig in its conventional setting.

Congratulations to everyone involved on this fantastic achievement!

ACCSESS held up as a good example of Norwegian-Italian collaboration during Italian state visit to Norway

ACCSESS was mentioned as a good example of Italian-Norwegian collaboration during the "Greening the Future Seminar" on 12 May. The seminar was part of the Italian state visit to Norway, and focused on opportunities for bilateral collaboration between Italy and Norway within areas that are important for the green transition.

Read the full story on the ACCSESS website

How can we decarbonise cement production?

ACCSESS aims to increase the societal understanding of CCS technologies, and how they can contribute to the development of a low-carbon society. As such, the project has produced a video explaining how CCS can contribute to decarbonising hard-to-abate industries like cement.

Watch the full video on the ACCSESS website

ACCSESS at the 12th Trondheim Conference on CO₂ Capture, Transport and Storage (TCCS-12)

ACCSESS will be present at the 12th Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage (TCCS-12) this year, with a total of four presentations and posters from the project.

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ACCSESS Open Webinar – CCUS Regulations, Utilisation and LCA

On 30 March, ACCSESS held its first open webinar on CCUS regulations, utilisation and life cycle analyses. It featured presentations from Antonio Gasós and Johannes Burger, both from ETH Zürich.

Watch the full video on the ACCSESS website

ACCSESS on German news programme as Norway and Germany announce plans to collaborate on CCS

On 6 January 2023, ACCSESS Coordinator Kristin Jordal about CO₂ capture and storage (CCS) was interviewed on the German TV programme Tagesthemen (“Issues of the day”), one of Germany’s main newscasts.

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