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The Danish CCUS Summit 2024

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11-12 June

The Crowne Plaza, Copenhagen


On 11 – 12 June 2024, stakeholders from across industry, academia and public institutions will gather in Copenhagen to discuss the direction of the field of carbon capture, utilisation and storage as well as the road ahead.

Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with technological advancements, key learnings, societal impact, and innovation needs in Denmark and on an international scale. The summit will feature a lineup of speakers from across the value chain, including representatives from leading CCUS nations such as Norway, Canada, and the United States.

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The Summit is organised by INNO-CCUS.

The Danish CCUS Summit 2024

Learn more and join the Danish CCUS Summit 2024 on 11 June – 12 June 2024 in Copenhagen.

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CO2VISION and INNO-CCUS invite you to explore Denmark’s CCUS ecosystem. The CCUS Study Tour includes attendance at the Danish CCUS Summit conference and site visits across Denmark.
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50 years ago, the late Prince Henrik of Denmark inaugurated the Danish extraction of oil and gas from the North Sea. 50 years later, on the 8th of March 2023, his son, Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, took part in reversing the traffic in the pipelines in a greener direction. He sent the first ever CO2 down the pipes to be stored underground, marking the beginning of a new business adventure in the global green transition.

Learn more about the potential of CO2 storage in Denmark, stop by the world’s first cross-border offshore CO2 storage pilot, Project Greensand, and discover the work on leveraging Denmark’s strongholds at sea to push advancements across green industries.


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