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                                From left, David Bucknell, CEO of INEOS Energy, Mads Gade, CEO INEOS Energy Denmark, Brian Gilvary, chairman of the board INEOS Energy, Denmark’s Crown Prince Frederik, Denmark’s Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities Lars Aagaard, Mario Mehren, CEO Wintershall Dea and Hugo Dijkgraaf, CTO Wintershall Dea pose during the launch of Project Greensand in Esbjerg, Denmark. Denmark is cutting the ribbon Wednesday on an ambitious project to bury vast amounts of planet-heating carbon dioxide gas beneath the sea floor. An international consortium of companies says the Greensand project in Denmark’s North Sea will be the world’s first cross-border CO2 storage project.
Denmark hopes to pump some climate gas beneath the sea floor

An international consortium including chemicals giant INEOS and gas and oil producer Wintershall Dea said Project Greensand in Denmark’s North Sea will be the world’s first cross-border carbon storage project. Read more


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