General – Climate Change
Wintershall Dea and its partner Altera Infrastructure have been awarded the Havstjerne CO2 storage licence in the Norwegian North Sea.
The licence is located 135 km southwest of Stavanger and will be operated by Wintershall Dea, holding 50% interest. The estimated annual storage capacity amounts to up to 7mn metric tons.
In addition to the awarded Havstjerne licence, Wintershall Dea operates the Luna licence in the Norwegian North Sea for future storage of CO2 and is working with Equinor in the NOR-GE project on a 900-km-long CO2 pipeline.