Like many other nations, Norway is supposed to be a low-emission country by 2050. Net zero means that we have solutions to eliminate or neutralise greenhouse gas emissions. But how do we get there?
ACTING ON IT!
High aspirations are great, but what are Equinor really doing to get closer to our ambition of net zero by 2050?
These stories set focus on specific projects, concrete measures and real people that are shaping Equinor’s role energy transition:
A full-scale solution for carbon capture and storage. The receiving centre for CO2 in Øygarden, west of Bergen, will be complete in 2024. The operator will be Northern Lights JV, which is owned by Equinor, Shell and Total.
When natural gas is converted to hydrogen, one is left with surplus CO2. Therefore, a crucial factor for success in hydrogen production based on natural gas is that solutions for capture, transport and storage of CO2 are in place.