Kim Senger

Norwegian CCS (CO2 capture, transport and storage) Research Centre (NCCS)

UNIS is a partner in NCCS, an international research cooperation on CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS), led by Sintef. Through research and innovation on cost-efficient and reliable COmanagement, the Centre contributes to faster CCS deployment. Research activities are carried out in close collaboration between research groups, trade and industry, and public administration. NCCS will ensure that Norway remains an international leader in the field of CCS. Together with its approximately 30 partners, NCCS has produced valuable research results and innovations since the Centre opened in 2016.

NCCS is a centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME), financed by the partners and the Research Council of Norway with 464 MNOK. The centre will run for 8 years (2016 – 2024). UNIS contact persons for this centre is Associate Professor Kim Senger, Professor Snorre Olaussen and PhD candidate Peter Betlem.