Productive Workshop with Chevron, Franzefoss Minerals, NorFraKalk and Norske Skog Skogn

Productive Workshop with Chevron, Franzefoss Minerals, NorFraKalk and Norske Skog Skogn

Ocean GeoLoop recently had a productive visit from our shareholder Chevron New Energies, where we discussed our shared commitment to address climate change.

Ocean GeoLoop recently had a productive visit from our shareholder Chevron New Energies, where we discussed our shared commitment to address climate change.

Published: 13. June 2023 - Last updated: 29. June 2023

Last week was an exciting and fruitful week for Ocean GeoLoop.

On Wednesday, SINTEF and OGL, together with strong partnerships of other companies, submitted project applications to the “Grønn Plattform” call for 2023.

The partnerships focuses on establishing and maturing CCUS value chains in order to use CO2 and other resources to create new products. An exciting and important work paving the way for using captured CO2 as a resource in products with huge scaling potentials.

At the end of the week, we had a two-day workshop together with ChevronFranzefoss Minerals ASNorFraKalk ASNorske Skog Skogn AS and SINTEF to discuss our cooperation and opportunities within the carbon and energy value chains.

A brilliant end to an eventful week.

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