CO2 transport: Wintershall and Equinor plan pipeline under the North Sea

The oil and gas companies Wintershall and Equinor are planning a joint project to transport and store carbon dioxide in the North Sea. A pipeline around 900 kilometers long is to transport CO2 from northern Germany to storage sites off the Norwegian coast. The pipeline is supposed to be put into operation before 2032. This was announced by the two companies on Tuesday.

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