EFTA States and EFTA Community

Skatvedt, Helene Holth
December 2010
European State Aid Law Quarterly;Dec2010, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p734
The article reports on the carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Norway, supported by the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) states. It notes that CCS has been developed to become a valuable tool for reduction in carbon dioxide emissions worldwide. It also states that the country has notified State aid and receives the approval of the EFTA Surveillance Authority on two major CCS projects such as the test center for CCS in Mongstad and the full scale CCS at Kårstø.


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