Danish CCS Project Advances

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A consortium that includes Ineos, Wintershall and other companies agreed on Tuesday to support the Greensand carbon, capture and storage pilot project in Denmark. Copenhagen allocated funding in December 2020 for the pilot project in the Danish sector of the North Sea. If approved, the project could start storing carbon dioxide by 2025. "We are taking this step by step. Today we have the consortium in place, and if we are successful in receiving ongoing support from the Danish government and advisory board, Greensand will be able to take another important step forward in supporting the Danish Climate Strategy," said Mads Weng Gade of Ineos.

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