On 18 January 2023, LINCCS will be represented by Wärtsilä’s Sigurd Jenssen and Cognite’s Anette Sneis at Tekna’s CO₂ conference 2023.
On Friday 11 November, NCS C+ project members gathered for their second technical meeting in Trondheim, Norway.
On 2 November 2022, LINCCS participated in a “Commercialisation in consortia” workshop, organised by Innovation Norway – one of LINCCS’ three main funding partners.
On 24 October, LINCCS project and sub-project leaders and the SP5 team travelled to Wärtsilä’s facilities in Moss, Norway for a team-building meeting.
On 22 September 2022, LINCCS hosted a webinar as part of NCCS’ 2022 webinar series.
On 14 September, LINCCS project members gathered in Trondheim for a workshop related to the “Compact, low OPEX offshore CO2 capture” sub-project (SP1). The workshop was preceded by a visit to SINTEF’s CO2 laboratory at Tiller the day before. It was attended by SP1 participants as well as members of LINCCS’ other subprojects. LINCCS SP1 […]
On 24 June, LINCCS’ associated project NCS C+ had its kick-event in Trondheim.
Wärtsilä, one of the LINCCS partners, has established a world-class research centre for maritime carbon capture and storage (CCS) in record time in Moss, Norway.
The new website for LINCCS is now online.
Five representatives from LINCCS partners presented the project at the 2022 Nor-Shipping conference.