Lessons learnt from Norway’s journey in implementing carbon capture and storage (CCS)

The paper will analyse Norway’s approach in implementing CCS in terms of policy and regulations, licensing regime, cross-border transportation and Norway’s open and transparent nature in terms of data sharing.  It will also discuss Norway’s public perception towards CCS and how this played a significant role in achieving the relative success the country has witnessed in implementing CCS.  The significance of this paper would be to draw out the salient and significant factors which positively benefitted Norway’s CCS agenda which can act as a guide and lessons learnt for other countries in implementing their CCS policies.

By: Raeid Jewad


Carbon Management