Norwegian Embassy pushes CO2 Storage Potential in Indonesia

Deputy Head of Mission Marianne Damhaug explaining Norway’s position on CCS. Photo: Norwegian Embassy

The Norwegian Embassy in Indonesia on Dec 13 opened a seminar arranged by CCOP, ITB, Geological Agency and Petrad in Bandung.

Representatives from oil and gas regulatory and supervisory agencies, research organizations, national oil and gas companies, data management as well academic institutions in Indonesia were present.

Resource persons from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, Statoil Indonesia, IRIS AS, Stavanger, the Norwegian Environmental Technology Center shared their experience and knowledge.

The seminar was a part of the preparation for Indonesia’s role in the CO2 Storage Mapping – a new 4-years regional capacity building program of COOP on CCS (Carbon capture and storage) – where Indonesia will be a case study country.

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