Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS)
Enabling enhanced performance with carbon management technologies
CCUS is key technology in the global energy transition, enabling the upholding of energy supply and the production of essential materials, while limiting climate change.
DNV provides world-class CCUS expertise for technical assurance, testing, advisory and risk management. Our specialist CCUS team is supported by more than 200 engineers in CO2-related disciplines worldwide. We provide expertise in process engineering, flue gas treatment, material technology, testing, corrosion, pipeline integrity, geology, geophysics, oil and gas reservoirs, EOR, well integrity risk and reliability, environmental impact, techno-economics, stakeholder management and CCUS strategy.
The widely-adopted DNV industry guidelines and Recommended Practices for CCUS are developed through joint industry projects and are freely available. Currently we run several innovation programs, like HiPerCap, Pipetrans, Subsea CO2, ECO2 and IMPACTS and we are involved in developing the new ISO standard for CCS. We also work with partners in World Business Council for Sustainable Development to speed up carbon capture and storage as a critical part of the solution to climate change.
For 25 years we have served the global CCUS industry leaders like Shell, BP, BG, Statoil, Maersk Oil, Aker Solutions, The Crown Estate, National Grid, Gasunie, Alberta Energy, Gassco, Gassnova and the European Investment Bank.
What we offer:
Our services span the entire global value chain of CO2: capture, conditioning, compression, transport, storage and EOR. We build trust for industries, investors and governing bodies, from strategic planning through technology demonstration to operational excellence.
- CCUS technology qualification
- CCUS techno-economical due diligence and benchmarking
- CCUS feasibility and risk assessments
- CO2 storage certification
- CCUS knowledge management and training.