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  • International CCS Test Centre Network expands


    Norwegian SINTEF and Australian CO2CRC join the CCS Test Centre Network chaired by TCM to expand international knowledge-sharing capabilities and accelerate commercialisation of crucial CCS technologies.

  • Big potential for cheaper carbon capture


    Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL) has started to test its solvent technology at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), and aims to commercialize a technology with the potential of significantly reduced energy demand.

  • Oslo waste company aims for carbon capture project


    - Good cooperation with TCM via Gassnova is crucial for us to succeed, says Pål Mikkelsen, managing director of Oslo's Waste-to-Energy Agency  (EGE), aiming for CO2 capture from a big waste incineration plant in Oslo

  • DOE: We can link test centres globally


    - I am quite impressed by TCM and see a real collegial effort to link different test centers globally and test at different scales, says David Mohler from the US Department of Energy (DOE) during todays visit at TCM.

  • New international testing milestone for CCS industry


    Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL) has signed a contract to test its solvent technology at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), the world’s largest and most advanced facility for testing and improving CO2 capture.

  • American companies bound for TCM Mongstad


    GE, Alstom, and the University of Kentucky (UoK) may be on their way to TCM to test their CO2 technologies with funding from US Department of Energy.

  • New test campaign started at TCM, Mongstad


    The main objectives of TCMs MEA campaign are to increase learning and reduce technology risks with respect to scale-up and operation of a full scale generic capture plant.

  • EU MEP visits TCM


    It’s fascinating to see TCM after having read and heard so much about carbon capture technology (CCS). To see it really helps understand what it is all about, and I hope we get more projects with capture and storage up and running so that people can see how well it works, says Minister of EU Parliament Paul Brannen.

  • Alstom continues to advance CCS technologies


    Together with partners in Norway and Switzerland Alstom Norway is developing technology that drastically reduces energy requirements compared with traditional CO2 capture technology. Meanwhile, the company continues to develop the technology that has been tested at Mongstad

  • Key CCS Test Centres share valuable lessons learned


    CCS Test Centre Network convened in Germany last week for another technical workshop. The goal of the international network is to progress carbon capture globally through knowledge sharing.

  • TCM collaboration with universities in Norway


    TCMs CO2 capture test programs are exciting for universities. This week we had visits from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and Telemark University College (TUC), which have very strong internationally recognized research programs in chemistry, process chemistry, and energy technology.

  • Close US-Norway CCS collaboration


    Norway and the United States are strengthening cooperation across the Atlantic. The authorities are looking at how they can help the players in the CCS field perform research, development and testing at each other sites.

  • CCS Test Centre Network signs up UK member


    UK CCS Research Centre’s PACT Facilities joins CCS Test Centre Network chaired by TCM to expand international knowledge sharing capabilities and accelerate commercialisation of crucial CCS technologies.

  • Watch TCM report on Voice of America TV


    Voice of America made this 3-minute TCM report in connection with the Arpa-E innovation summit in Washington D.C. recently.

  • TCM impressed UK ambassador Sarah Gillett


    The British Ambassador Sarah Gillett visited Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) last week, and was very impressed by the facilities and the ongoing test activities.

  • New TCM Director


    Roy Vardheim (58) will become the new Managing Director of CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM). He assumes the position on 1 March.

  • Follow us on Facebook


    Did you know that TCM has its own Facebook page? Click on the FB logo, read about small and big things happening at Mongstad, like if you want, and become a follower.

  • Presented TCM at CO2 conference in Trondheim


    TCM director Eric Harding Hansen today presented results so far and the way forward for TCM during Tekna's CO2 conference in Trondheim 8-9 January.

Publisert 1/16/2015

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