Snohvit CO2 storage under way
LNG plant’s rocky startup caused increase in emissions but situation may improve if technical problems are resolved
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Norway’s StatoilHydro has begun carbon injection and storage at the Snohvit gas and condensate field in the Barents Sea, the company announced April 23. The CO2 is now being reinjected into the ground and stored in a formation which lies beneath the gas-bearing formations on the Snohvit field. At fu....
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