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  • Software collaboration project to reduce CCS costs


    NTNU, SINTEF, TCM and Cybernetica are now joining forces in a project that will develop more automated amine plants. The project includes testing both Tiller and TCM.

  • Pilot starts producing algae based fishfeed with CO2


    This week, the Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry - Monica Mæland - opened the national algae pilot facility which will test microalgae production for fish feed using CO2 captured at Technology Centre Mongstad.

  • TCM results broadly shared at CCS world conference


    TCM shared its results at a dedicated session at GHGT13, IEA GHGs world conference gathering more than 1000 international experts in Lausanne this week.

  • US and Norway co-funds new CO2 capture testing


    Representatives from the US and Norwegian departments of Energy were present when American technology vendor ION Engineering started its groundbreaking test campaign at TCM this week.

  • Government support of TCM operations until 2020


    In the Norwegian State budget released today, the government proposes continued support of TCM operations, initially until 2020.

  • Chinese research facility joins Test Center Network


    Huaneng Clean Energy Research Institute’s membership in International Test Center Network supports advancement of carbon capture technologies.

  • US technology developer headed for TCM Mongstad


    ION Engineering (ION) 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 technologies.

  • Presentations and pictures from Milestone Mongstad 4


    The presentations and pictures from Milestone Mongstad 4, gathering 130 international experts in Bergen on May 10, are now available online.

  • TCM and Shell Cansolv continue collaboration


     Shell Cansolv this week started its second test campaign with further testing of its advanced CO2 capture process at Norway’s CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad, the world’s largest carbon capture test facility.

  • TCM and SINTEF formalizes CCS collaboration


    CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) and SINTEF have for years been heavily involved with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) activities. They now enter into a co-operation agreement where their capabilities will be jointly presented to the market.

  • CO2 from TCM may help solve fish feed shortage


    This week construction of the pilot plant for microalgae production based on CO2 captured from TCM started. The long-term goal is full-scale production of omega 3-rich microalgae for use in fish feed

  • UNIDOs General Director visits TCM Mongstad


    UNIDOs General Director LI Yong visited TCM last week together with, among others, the Norwegian ambassador to Austria, Bente Angel-Hansen.

  • Test Center Network gives global collaboration a boost


    The International Test Center Network (ITCN) has during its three years of operation strengthened international collaboration between key players in the CCS community, and by that contributed to progressing CCS globally.

  • TCM shares crucial CCS lessons learned with ROAD


    TCM and SINTEF shared some important lessons learned with the key project partners in Holland's planned fullscale CCS project, ROAD, in yesterday's workshop at Mongstad.

  • Many companies want to test at TCM Mongstad


    A business website this weeks quotes TCM's managing director Roy Vardheim saying that the amine plant at Technology Center Mongstad is more or less fully booked until August next year.

  • Two new state secretaries visited TCM


     - TCM shows how important it is to focus on testing of climate technology -in collaboration between the public and private sector, both in Norway and internationally, says Tybring- Gjedde, one of the two fresh State Secretaries visiting Mongstad today.

Publisert 1/8/2016

Sist endret 1/28/2016

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