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Challenge / Goal

Decarbonization of heavy industries that are difficult to abate, such as chemicals, steel, and cement. These industries face significant technical and economic barriers to significantly reducing their emissions. 


The project aims to idenitfy and support the role of ports in implementing CO2 caputre, transport, and storage (CCS) solutions, particularly focusing on ports around the North Sea and baltic regions. By focusing on the North Sea and Baltic ports, the project aims to develop these ports as industrial hubs for CCS.  The solution involves creating a cross-border, accessible CO2 transport and storage network, leveraging maritime transport to facilitate access to offshore storage sites and reduce the need for extensive pipeline infrastructure. This approach aims to overcome geographical and economic barriers, making it easier for industrial facilities to capture and store their CO2 emissions, thereby facilitating their transiton towards lower emissions. 



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Time period

Planning time
2 to 5 years


Bellona Europa

Service providers

Ports in the North Sea and Baltic regions who be decarbonization hubs, providing maritime transportation services and access to geological CO2 storage.

End users

The primary industries located in and around the ports of the North Sea and Baltic regions, particularly those in sectors such as chemicals, steel and cement. These industries are considered 'harder-to-abate' and will benefit from decarbonization solutions facilitated through this project.

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