Linking large-scale, cost-effective, permanent offshore CO2 storage across the CCS value chain

From left to right: Ola Terjeson Miljeteig (Equinor), Francesco Finotti (SINTEF), Willie Wågen (Sustainable Energy AS), Sigurd Jenssen (Wärtsilä) and Craig Harvey (Aker Solutions) participate in a panel discussion moderated by Craig Eason (Fathom World) at Nor-Shipping 2022. Image: Karl-Einar Jensen (Wärtsila)

LINCCS at Nor-Shipping 2022

Today, five representatives from LINCCS partners presented the project at the 2022 Nor-Shipping conference.

Blue talks for a green future

Nor-Shipping is a global conference that takes place in Norway every two years. Its purpose is to act as a meeting place for key decision makers from maritime and ocean industries in order to facilitate collaboration on new maritime solutions:

Nor-Shipping is the platform for sustainable ocean development, helping leading maritime players plot profitable courses into the future.

LINCCS; From Wake-to-Well was one of 12 “Blue Talks“: a series of mini seminars and panel discussions. Craig Harvey (Aker Solutions), Ola Terjeson Miljeteig (Equinor), Sigurd Jenssen (Wärtsilä), Willie Wågen (Sustainable Energy AS) and Francesco Finotti (SINTEF) provided an update on the project so far and participated in a roundtable discussion moderated by Craig Eason (Fathom World).

Maritime CCS as an enabler of a low-carbon future

In addition to being a member of the LINCCS consortium, Wärtsilä is also one of the leading partners of the Nor-Shipping conference.

“This was a great forum for us to all discuss the potential of carbon capture, and how our work with the LINCCS collaborative initiative will propel maritime CCS as an enabler to a low-carbon future,” they said in a LinkedIn post on the event.