Carbon storage: first approval for project in Denmark

A pilot project to store up to 15,000 tons of carbon in a former oil field in the North Sea has received regulatory approval in Denmark. It is the first time that approval has been granted for a carbon storage project in the Scandinavian EU country, the energy authority (Energistyrelsen) said Tuesday. It said the approval thus represents an important milestone for the country.

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