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Greensand project – transport and offshore storage of CO2 in Denmark – status, outlook and challenges
Søren Reinhold Poulsen
The Greensand project includes, beside from safe and efficient geological offshore CO2 storage, offshore transport by ship and/or pipeline of CO2 from key side onshore facilities established to capture, liquefy, onshore transport and temporarily store the CO2 before offloading to storage site. The Greensand project builds on the usage of the offshore Siri complex sandstone reservoirs no longer in use for oil and gas production. The storage sites, offloading and injection systems and transportati
Baltic Carbon Forum, Vol. 1, 2022, p. 8-8.