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Nordic Countries Agree on Joint CCUS Initiatives

Nordic countries, including Denmark, France, Germany, Sweden, and the Netherlands, have joined forces by signing the Aalborg Declaration to enhance European collaboration on CO2 capture, use, and storage (CCUS). The declaration emphasizes the need to scale up CCUS efforts nationally and across Europe to advance the green transition and achieve climate goals. Denmark’s Climate, Energy, and Supply Minister, Lars Aagaard, stressed the significance of this step, highlighting its importance in reaching climate objectives. The EU’s designation of two Danish CCS projects as Projects of Common Interest (PCI) further underscores Europe’s commitment to CCUS initiatives.

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