Tagged: carbon dioxide

Statoil launch new biofuel in Norway

Statoil is the first company in Norway to offer 5 per cent bioethanol to general consumers. From January 2010 onwards 40 per cent of Statoil’s stations will be selling the new biofuel “Bensin 95”....

Joint hunt for suitable CO2 storage

Norwegian and British authorities are working together in the so-called One North Sea Project to identify suitable formations under the North Sea where carbon dioxide (CO2) can be stored. The first report from the...

StatoilHydro in new field research project in Canada

StatoilHydro is part of an important new field research and pilot project that is testing technology with the potential to reduce water use and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions at its Leismer oil sands in...

Ministers visit Sleipner A

  May 27 – A close-up of the role played by Sleipner A in tackling carbon capture and storage (CCS) was provided to a top-level delegation headed by petroleum and energy minister Terje Riis-Johansen today....

Norway: oil, gas shed emissions

  Norway is still off course in the great race to slow emissions by amounts made “binding” by the Kyoto “climate” treaty, although the Scandinavian country showed Tuesday it had made great gains in...