On December 4th, Twence will introduce its large scale CCU project during the CATO meeting in Utrecht. Andy Roeloffzen, project manager of the successful medium scale CO2SBC-project, will share Twence knowledge on capture and reuse with other companies working on CCUS.
The Netherlands is preparing for the deployment of large scale CCUS, both through cutting-edge R&D and industrial project development. CATO continues to maintain and broaden the scientific community working on CCUS.
The CATO community is again invited to ‘Meet the Projects'. Early 2018 saw the launch of a call by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) for CCUS pilot projects and feasibility studies. A number of projects have now been awarded and the initiators have been invited to share their planned work with the broader CCUS community.
The CATO programme is the Dutch CCS research programme. CATO is an abbreviation for CO2 Afvang, Transport en Opslag (CO2 capture, transport and storage).