Öresundskraft seeks to contract CO2 storage operator

In Sweden, municipal energy company Öresundskraft AB has announced that it is taking ”significant steps” towards its carbon capture and storage (CCS) initiative at its Filbornaverket waste-fired combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Helsingborg.

Öresundskraft is looking to engage a carbon dioxide storage operator capable of handling up to 200,000 tonnes per annum. Photo: Öresundskraft

Operational by 2027

The company plans to have the carbon capture facility operational by 2027 and is currently in the process of procuring a partner to construct the plant, with completion expected by summer.

The next crucial phase involves the procurement of a storage operator capable of receiving and sequestering CO2 according to Öresundskraft’s timeline.

The procurement process for the storage operator is expected to be completed in the second half of 2024.

>> Read more at Bioenergyinternational.com

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