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  • Profile: Why BASF cares about the EU’s TEN-E Regulation

    To enable industrial decarbonization across EU Member States, full value-chain recognition for carbon capture, transport, and storage is needed in TEN-E Regulation revision What is needed to enable carbon capture, transport, and storage to play its intended role in industrial decarbonization? For the last #TenETuesday before the summer break, Frederik Pieters from BASF Antwerpen NV

  • Decarbonisation Hubs and The Opportunity for Deep and Rapid Carbon Reduction

    As the world seeks to deliver on the complex challenge of building decarbonised energy systems, reducing CO₂ emissions from industrial operations is critical as these account for around 23% of CO₂ emissions, as per data from the International Energy Agency (IEA). Based on the current trajectory, European final energy consumption is not projected to decrease […]

  • Profile: How Porthos is decarbonizing industry in the Netherlands

    Decarbonizing industry is particularly vital for countries like the Netherlands where a significant proportion of emissions come from industrial hubs. With the revision of the Trans-European Networks for Energy (TEN-E) Regulation firmly on the climate agenda, Mark Driessen from Porthos spoke with us about the importance of recognizing CO2 storage and transport modalities other than […]

  • Profile: Fortum Oslo Varme on the role of shipping in European carbon capture projects

    Fortum Oslo Varme joined us for a chat on their plans to implement the first full-scale carbon capture and storage project capturing flue gas CO2 from a waste-to-energy plant. European carbon capture projects like this are impacted by the EU regulatory framework – including TEN-E – which is why we want to hear from as […]

  • Profile: Stockholm Exergi’s need for cross-border CO2 transport options

    Bio-CCS’ role on path to net-zero – dependent on legislative framework’s recognition of shipping and CO2 storage. Tapping into ongoing discussions in Sweden on Bio-CCS’ vital role on the path to net-zero by 2050, Fabian Levihn from Stockholm Exergi had a chat with us on the ongoing revision of the TEN-E Regulation. Why is Stockholm Exergi […]

  • Profile: ARC’s plan to bring carbon capture and storage to its Copenhagen facility

    While perhaps best known for the innovative use of its roof as a ski slope in central Copenhagen, ARC is one of the world’s cleanest and most energy efficient waste to energy plants. And they’re aiming even higher, planning to capture and store 500,000 tons of CO2 annually by 2025. ARC CEO Jacob Hartvig Simonsen […]

  • TEN-E Revision: Geologic storage inclusion is a must for climate neutrality

    The European Commission has released its proposed revision of the Trans-European Energy Infrastructure regulation, also known as EU TEN-E, in mid-December. The TEN-E regulation defines the criteria for the next round of Projects of Common Interest (PCI), necessitating TEN-E to be fully compliant with and enable to deliver on climate ambition. While the update and […]