According to Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store, Norway wants to store all the CO2 produced in Europe. “Without the capture and subsequent storage of the greenhouse gas, it will not be possible to achieve climate protection goals,” Store said Monday in Oslo after a meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. He knows the fears in Germany, Store added, alluding to Germany’s rejection of so-called CCS technology. But Norway has a great deal of good experience in storing CO2 at a depth of 3,000 meters under the North Sea. In the future, storage facilities will be able to store all the greenhouse gases produced in Europe. “We have experience and we know it’s there. It’s a safe place to keep it.” Norway later wants to use carbon dioxide as a raw material again.
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Ashley is best described by the two C’s: calm and compassionate. She was adamant about becoming a doctor when she was younger. That is, until she was accepted into medical school. She realized after two years of university that she wasn’t quite cut out for the job. She abruptly discontinued her studies and decided to pursue a career as a writer instead. She is still interested in medicine, but prefers to remain a distant observer and recorder of medical advances and innovations. She currently works as Senior editor with S Chronicles, where she primarily writes about health and science, as well as co-authoring books on the side.Contact email: [email protected]