Announcement: Acreage for CO2 storage on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
On 2 November 2022, the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy announced an area for CO2 storage pursuant to the CO2 Storage Regulations.
This area comprises defined blocks in the North Sea.
This is the fourth time acreage is being announced for CO
2 storage on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
The invitation provides a more detailed description of the authorities' process for licensing acreage for CO 2 storage on the Norwegian shelf.
Dedicated atlas for COThe NPD has mapped areas that are suitable for long-term and secure CO 2 storage 2 storage, an effort that has resulted in a CO. All areas announced for storage on the Norwegian shelf are identified in the atlas. 2-storage atlas for the Norwegian Continental Shelf
The CO 2 Storage Regulations Regulation No. 1517 of 5 December 2014 relating to exploitation of subsea reservoirs on the continental shelf for storage of CO 2 and relating to transport of CO 2 on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
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