Developing safe and green offshore energy solutions

Norway has been on the forefront in the development of safer and greener technology for offshore oil and gas for decades. Now Norwegian companies are leading the development of floating offshore wind, new energy storage systems, decarbonization of gas, and Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage.

The shift from fossil fuels to renewables will not happen overnight. It is not simply a question of out with the old, in with new. It will be a gradual process influenced by a myriad of factors, from international frameworks, oil prices and financing to cost levels, technological development and mindset.

To achieve this energy transition, diversification – the ability to move into new markets or industries – will be vital. Expertise in existing sectors can be used and synergies exploited to create innovative solutions in new sectors.

Utilising expertise from offshore oil and gas for offshore wind

The shift from fossil fuels to renewables will not happen overnight. It is not simply a question of out with the old, in with new. It will be a gradual process influenced by a myriad of factors, from international frameworks, oil prices and financing to cost levels, technological development and mindset.

To achieve this energy transition, diversification – the ability to move into new markets or industries – will be vital. Expertise in existing sectors can be used and synergies exploited to create innovative solutions in new sectors.

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Northern Lights – shared transport and storage infrastructure for Europe’s CO₂ emissions

Northern Lights will be the first of its kind – an open access infrastructure for transporting CO₂ from onshore industrial capture sources in Europe to an offshore storage location below the seabed of the North Sea. The aim is to enable industrial companies to start capturing CO₂ emissions without having to build their own transport and storage solutions from scratch.

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The world’s leading floating offshore wind developer

Recognising that close to 80 per cent of the ocean’s resource potential is in deep waters, Equinor is developing floating offshore wind worldwide.

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This world-leading, North Sea test centre holds the future for floating wind power

Wind farms at sea will help Europe to wean itself off fossil fuels. Now, companies flock to Norway to test their turbines at the Karmøy test centre.

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Game-changing hydrogen production with integrated CO₂ capture

ZEG Power’s innovative, compact technology enables efficient hydrogen production from gas with integrated CO₂ capture, reducing process steps and costs. The output is high purity hydrogen and high purity CO₂.

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