Open Letter calling for multiple transport modalities for CO2 transport to be included in the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) Regulation
Over 20 organisations call for multiple transport modalities for CO2 transport to be included in the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) Regulation.
“Carbon capture, removal and storage will play a critical role in the EU reaching climate neutrality by 2050. However a key barrier to achieving this remains access to CO2 transport networks.” – Eadbhard Pernot, CATF
“A continuance of only recognising CO2 transport via pipelines as possible Projects of Common Interest sends negative market signals and misses a great opportunity to spark wide-scale market development key to decarbonise. We must ensure equal opportunities for decarbonisation across Europe, including smaller emitters located far from storage sites. TEN-T recognition of ship, rail, barge and truck transport CO2 to storage is a key piece of the puzzle for Europe to reach net-zero by 2050.” – Lina Strandvåg Nagell, Bellona