The intention of this web page is to help CCUS experts in both countries to team up and build consortia that have the competence and enthusiasm to drive CCUS development forward.

The list below shows stakeholders interested in finding partners to work with. Some are already involved in the bilateral cooperation.

If interested to learn more about the work and activities of the listed organizations, with the aim for possible cooperation, please click on the name of the institution/company of interest and approach the contact persons listed.

Please contact the Secretariat if you would like to add your company or organization to this database, and attach a filled-in version of this form to the email you send. 

List of companies and organizations interested in learning more about organizations involved in similar activities within the US-Norway CCUS collaboration (a table will be added):

List of companies and organizations interested in learning more about organizations involved in similar activities within the US-Norway CCUS collaboration. For contact person(s) and web site address, click on the institution/company name:

Country Institution/company Capture Storage and CO2-EOR Crosscutting Existing cooperation
USA
LLNL Storage, simulation Modularization, simulation SINTEF Petr. On well integrity and Statoil on data and simulation tools
NCCC Pilot scale testing General cooperation with TCM
RTI Development and testing SINTEF M&C on solid sorbents and non-aqueous solvents
ION Eng Development and testing SINTEF M&C on solid sorbents and non-aqueous solvents; TCM on testing of ION solvent system
Univ. Illinois Broad range of storage activities Statoil and SINTEF Petr. on International CO2 Data Sharing Consortium (CSDC); NORSAR and SINTEF in Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC)/Center for Geologic Storage of CO2 (GSCO2)
GE Development and testing TCM and SINTEF M&C on Testing CAP
Gulf Coast Carbon Center Storage, characterization, monitoring, R&D
DoE/NETL Involved as area leads in Crosscutting, Large scale testing and in storage
Norway
SINTEF M&C Development and testing RTI, ION Eng and GE
SINTEF Petroleum Broad range of storage activities LLNL and Univ. Illinois
SINTEF Energy RD&D on a broad range of CO2 capture technologies Broad range of storage activities
SINTEF Digital Numerical simu.ations, simulator development Univ. Illinois on CO2 Data Store
Statoil RD&D on capture systems CO2 storage (operator at Sleipner and Snøhvit) and CO2-EOR LLNL and Univ. Illinois
TCM Large scale testing ION Eng. on testing of solvent system; SINTEF M&C and GE on testing CAP; General cooperation with NCCC
NORSAR Monitoring Illinois State Geological Survey, University of Illinois
NGI Storage, CO2-EOR, geomechanical characterization, integrity, monitoring, laboratory work
DNVGL Technology Qualification; Technical Advisory; Verification Technology Qualification; Technical Advisory; Verification CO2 value chain management; Feasibilty, FEED and Due Diligence; Risk and project management for CAPEX and OPEX
University of Bergen, Dep. of Mathematics Marine assurance monitoring MIT/Texas A&M, Univ/MBARI (no active projects)
University of Bergen, Dep. of Mathematics Caproc integrity/Fractures Princeton Univ., New Mexic Tech
University of Bergen, Dep. of Mathematics Reservoir Mechanics University of texas Austin
CIPR, Norce Offshore CCUS Louisiana State Univ
Air products Kristiansand CO2 membrane development
NTNU, Department of Chemical Engineering CO2 membrane development
University of Oslo, Department of Chemistry Health and environmental aspects of post-combystion CO2 capture
Aker Solutions Post-combustion solvent-based CO2 capture systems CO2-EOR, subsea solutions
Inflow Controll CO2-EOR: Autonomous inflow control valves (AICV) in wells
IFE-Institue of Energy Technology Development and testing of materials and technologies for high temperature CO2 capture Coupled hydromechanical simulation, characterization, monitoring Transport of CO2, with emphasis on materials and impurities
Gassnova Involved as area leads in Large scale testing and in storage