Combat climate change through technology


News 2010

  • TCM attracts crowds of visitors


    When construction of the CO2 Technology Centre at Mongstad (TCM) in Norway is complete in about a year, we will become the world’s largest facility for testing and improving CO2 capture.

  • New insight into Alstom's CO2 Capture process


    Watch our latest video from the world’s largest facility for testing and improving CO2 capture at Mongstad, Norway, and get a rare glimpse inside the innovative chilled ammonia plant under construction by Alstom.

  • TCM shares its technology contribution with EU


    - The TCM project is an essential next step in capture technology development. Its scale is impressive and I am proud that Norway will be contributing to help the EU, and the world, bring greater understanding of this important technology, said Oda Sletnes, Norwegian Ambassador to the EU.

  • South-African ambassador impressed by CCS center


    I am very impressed by this groundbreaking project, and I am very proud that South-Africa is partnering with Norway to make this history, said ambassador Beryl Rose Sisulu during her visit to CO2 Technology Center Mongstad yesterday.

  • Visit by Members of the Norwegian Parliament


    The Head of the Norwegian Conservative Party Erna Solberg and seven other members of the Norwegian Parliament visited TCM, the Technology Centre for CO2 capture under construction at Mongstad, Norway.

  • 2 million work hours without any serious incidents


    The development of CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad is now near 60 percent complete and the project just passed the 2 million work hours milestone without any serious incidents.

  • Public hearing of the Emissions Permit Application


    CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) submitted on 3 September 2010 an emissions permit application to the Norwegian Climate and Pollution Agency (Klif). This is now on public hearing.

  • Minister opened TCMs administration complex


    The Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy Terje Riis-Johansen today opened the 5000 m2 large Administration Complex of Technology Center Mongstad (TCM).

  • Minister: Important to reduce CCS costs


    - For more countries to apply CCS, it is important that we can reduce the costs of CCS, said Erik Solheim, the Minister of the Environment and International Development, during his visit to TCM today.

  • Massive Carbon Capture plant halfway complete


    The construction of the world’s largest facility for testing and improving CO2 capture, Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), is now halfway complete and it is on track to start operating by early 2012.

  • TCM nominated to Best stand at ONS


    TCM was nominated to the Best Stand of ONS among 1351 exhibitors at the massive oil conference in Stavanger on August 24-27.

  • Come visit us at ONS


    A new introduction film and an interactive 3D presentation of the innovative technology centre under construction at Mongstad in Norway is part of our exciting exhibition at ONS in Stavanger on August 24-27.

  • New "landmark tower" at Mongstad


    The slip pour of the new absorber tower at CO2 Technology Centre at Mongstad, Norway, recently reached its target height of 62 metres.

  • Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs visited TCM


    The Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs, Maria van der Hoeven, was very impressed by the technology centre for CO2 capture she visited today at Mongstad.

  • South African Sasol new TCM partner


    The South African energy company Sasol and Gassnova SF, have today signed an agreement on partnership in the CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM).

  • A third of TCM complete


    Construction of the new CO2 technology center at Mongstad is on schedule, and one million work hours have passed without any lost time incidents.

  • Brazilian visit at TCM


    A large delegation from Brazil and the UK visited TCM, the European CO2 Technology Center at Mongstad, last Monday.

  • Technology centre rises to new heights


    Construction activities at the new technology centre for CO2 capture at Mongstad are proceeding according to plan.

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