Combat climate change through technology



  • New partnership will promote carbon capture technology to help meet climate challenge


    ·         Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) and DNV GL have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to support carbon capture technologies

    ·         New global advisory partnership will offer advisory and verification services at TCM`s facilities on the west cost of Norway and other worldwide carbon capture projects

    ·         Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is the only available technology for mitigating climate change in certain industries such as cement production and the use of oil and gas


  • TCM meets the global Carbon Capture and Storage community in Australia


    Technology Center Mongstad (TCM) is participating at the world’s largest gathering for Carbon Capture and Storage(CCS) called GHGT-14 in Melbourne, Australia. Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy in the US Department of Energy, Steven Winberg, lectured in front of a full stacked crowd at TCM`s side-event at the conference.

  • Major American company will test new technology for carbon capture at Mongstad


    (Mongstad, Norway 03.10.2018) The engineering- and construction company Fluor has signed an agreement for use of the test facility Technology Center Mongstad (TCM) in Nordhordland.
    – This project will contribute to strengthen the energy technology cooperation between Norway and USA, TCMs business development manager, Bjørn-Erik Haugan says.

  • SINTEF and TCM Mongstad agree to increase cooperation on CCS


    Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) and SINTEF renew collaborative agreement and will jointly tender and market their services in carbon capture and storage (CCS) to the market as a whole.

  • NRK news article about TCM


    "Technology Centre Mongstad is one of the world's largest and foremost test centres in the development of CO₂ capture technology," NRK Finnmark writes.

  • Major development plans


    See the video to get insight into Mongstad's big-scale development plans.

  • Axelsen is new Managing Director of Technology Centre Mongstad


    Ernst Petter Axelsen (51) is engaged as Managing Director of Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM). He is former CEO of VEAS from 2011 to 2017, and is now coming from the position as Director of LynxConsulting.

  • U.S. DOE awards of $33.7 mill enable four new projects for carbon capture at TCM


    The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy has awarded $33.7 million to four projects for advanced carbon capture technology that are planned at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM).

  • Emissions from TCM in 2017


    TCM violated the emission permit on several occasions in 2017, concerning emissions of amines at higher concentrations than allowed per hour. It is important to emphasize that even if the individual emissions were higher than allowed per hour, it was never hazardous to health or the environment.

Publisert 1/24/2018

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