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News 2012

  • Groundbreaking Test Period


    World’s largest CO2 test facility announces findings closing knowledge gap on amine capture process, opening the door for commercialisation of techniques to capture carbon emissions.

  • TCM presented at large European conferences


    Technology Centre Mongstad was presented at large conferences in United Kingdom and Germany October 8-12.. This is part of TCMs strategy of global knowledge sharing.

  • GCCSI: TCM will drive global CCS innovation


    In its annual report, Global CCS Institute, highlights two demonstration projects vital in the quest of reducing the cost of technology: TCM in Norway and Quest in Canada.

  • Available site for testing

    Significant interest for available site


    A number of companies have expressed an interest to use the available area, utilities and other infrastructure of TCM towards construction and testing of further carbon capture technologies. This further strenghtens TCM's position as the world's most advanced test facility.

  • TCM presented at large oil conference


    Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) presented status and ambitions for the test period at ONS, one of the world's largest oil trade fairs held every other year in Stavanger.

  • Economist video


    See the interesting video report that Economist made from Technology Center Mongstad (TCM), which recently started its test activity of carbon capture.

  • Groundbreaking environmental surveys


    TCM has during the last year, prior to the start-up, conducted environmental surveys of air, vegetation and water in a wide area around the TCM plant at Mongstad. This work can provide important references for future full-scale CCS plants.

  • TCM Inauguration makes headlines globally


    News about the inauguration of the world's largest carbon capture test facility at Mongstad, Norway, has spread all across the world. Today it was aired on BBC World, and stories have been published i.e. in the Economist, Guardian and BBC Online.

  • Stoltenberg: TCM is important for the world


    Yesterday, the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg conducted the official opening of the world’s largest and most advanced centre for testing and development of carbon capture technologies at Mongstad in Norway.

  • TCM Inauguration May 7


    On May 7, the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg will conduct the official inauguration of TCM at Mongstad. More than 250 prominent guests from the whole world will attend the opening.

  • New test opportunities at TCM


    In alignment with Technology Centre Mongstad’s overall objective of enhancing CO2capture technologies globally, we are now inviting vendors or parties internationally to compete for a role in new and exciting test opportunities at Mongstad.

  • New TCM video


    The world’s largest facility for testing and improving CO2 capture, Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), will soon start operating. Join this brief video tour around the facilities including the test plants, operations rooms and laboratory.

  • Blog post from Abu Dhabi: Faith in CCS remains strong


    During World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi last week, industry leaders called for more global cooperation to reduce the cost of carbon capture and storage. TCM is a good example of such international cooperation.

  • Popular TCM exhibit in Abu Dhabi


    TCM’s stand at the World Future Energy Summit was well visited during the opening day in Abu Dhabi. More than 26,000 attendees, including 3,000 delegates and 650 exhibiting companies are expected at the four day clean energy summit.

Publisert 1/17/2012

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