Pays: Danemark

First CO2 Capture site is set up in the North Sea

Denmark inaugurated on Wednesday an ambitious project to store CO2 under the North Sea to fight climate change. Although deemed necessary to limit CO2 in the atmosphere, this technology is costly and carries risks. Deciphering the “Greensand” project and its stakes.

Nord Stream: The controversial project is suspended indefinitely

The controversial Nord Stream gas pipeline project under the Baltic Sea remains on hold after sources close to the project said the pipelines would not be repaired or reactivated in the foreseeable future due to geopolitical tensions between Russia and the West.

Hydrogen: Hy24 invests in the Nordic countries

Hy24 and Everfuel announced Tuesday a total investment of €200 million to create a joint venture that will finance infrastructure to produce green hydrogen in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

Anaergia sells biogas project to CI Advanced Bioenergy Fund I

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has announced the acquisition of the Envo Biogas project in Tønder, Denmark, from Anaergia. This transaction marks the first investment by CI Advanced Bioenergy Fund I in the development of projects across Europe and North America that produce green gas and green fuels from organic waste.

European Summit on industrial policy and migration

EU leaders are meeting in Brussels on Thursday to discuss two crucial issues: the EU’s industrial policy in the face of US and Chinese competition, and the management of migration at the EU’s borders.

TotalEnergies: New permits to store CO2 in the North Sea

TotalEnergies has won two licenses to explore the possibility of storing CO2 in the North Sea in Denmark. The goal is to lock up 5 million tons of CO2 per year by 2030 in an area of more than 2,000 km2, located about 250 km from the western Danish coast.