Carbon Capture

CO2 must be a resource instead of a problem

The new large-scale research initiative from the partnership INNO-CCUS will contribute to the ambitious Danish climate goals. The partnership will ensure efficient carbon capture and storage, and the development of methods for reutilization of CO2 as building blocks for new materials.

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Carbon Capture

  • Morten Stage, chef for CCS i TotalEnergies, formand
  • Erling H. Stenby, professor og direktør på DTU Kemi, næstformand
  • Mette Lind Fürstnow, Senior Director, Head of Innovation, Nature Energy
  • Jesper Ahrenfeldt, Chief Engineer, Stiesdal SkyClean
  • Bjørn Kofod, Product Manager, Pentair
  • Jesper Sand Damtoft, Group Sustainability and R&D Director, Aalborg Portland
  • Maj Wendorff, Statsgeolog og leder af Geoenergi og -lagring, GEUS
  • Sune D. Nygaard, direktør, Teknologisk Institut
  • Andreas de Neergaard, professor og dekan, RUC
  • Erik Bisgaard Madsen, Prodekan KU SCIENCE

Acting Partnership Leader:

  • Karina M. Søgaard, DTU (mail: kamam@dtu.dk)

Carbon Capture

Carbon capture, storage, and utilization are done by capturing CO2 from the smoke from industries such as CHP plants. After CO2 has been through a number of chemical processes, it can be used either to produce chemicals or green fuels, or it can be stored deep down underground or below the sea.

Carbon storage entails that CO2 in liquid form is pumped down into the porous layers of the subsoil, while the clay layer above acts as a seal.

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Carbon Capture

  • Chemical carbon capture
  • Biological carbon capture and storage
  • Geological carbon storage
  • Carbon utilization
  • Social and system analysis

Partners in INNO-CCUS

Research institutions

  • Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
  • Aalborg Universitet
  • Syddansk Universitet
  • Københavns Universitet
  • Roskilde Universitet
  • Aarhus Universitet
  • Copenhagen Business School Handelshøjskolen
  • GEUS
  • Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

GTS’s

  • Teknologisk Institut
  • FORCE Technology
  • DHI A/S
  • ALEXANDRA INSTITUTTET A/S
  • DHI GRAS A/S

Businesses

  • Aalborg Portland A/S
  • Pentair - UNION ENGINEERING A/S
  • ·Ørsted Bioenergy & Thermal Power A/S FLSmidth A/S
  • Faxe Kalk A/SEuroWind Energy A/S
  • COWI A/S
  • Port of Aalborg A/S
  • Stiesdal SkyClean A/S
  • Aquagreen Aps
  • MASH Makes ApS
  • HedeDanmark A/S
  • MUSHOLM A/S
  • GUBRA ApS
  • Foresting Tomorrow ApS
  • KW-PLAN ApS
  • NaturIt ApS
  • Totalenergies Upstream Danmark A/S
  • NORECO OIL DENMARK A/S
  • Gas Storage Denmark A/S
  • Explicit ApS
  • Dansk Gasteknisk Center a/s
  • WELLTEC A/S
  • RAMBØLL DANMARK A/S
  • VERDO PRODUKTION A/S
  • Hafnium Labs ApS
  • CO2Techn ApS
  • AMMONGAS A/S
  • NATURE ENERGY BIOGAS A/S
  • En2save ApS
  • Greenport North P/S
  • THY-MORS ENERGI HOLDING A/S

Other

  • SEGES Innovation P/S
  • Naturstyrelsen
  • Miljøstyrelsen
  • Samsø Kommune
  • Styrelsen for Dataforsyning og Effektivisering
  • DUC – Nordsøenheden
  • Energy Cluster Denmark
  • Thisted Kommune

Contact

  • Minister of Higher Education and Science: 7231 8181
  • Anders Eldrup: 61 90 50 45
  • Morten Stage: 21 37 92 50
  • Erling Stenby: 45 25 20 12 or
    22 61 68 75
  • Karina M. Søgaard: 93 51 03 01