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Aker Carbone Capture (ACC) AKH eier 49,28% av ACC - Target contracts to secure 10Mt CO2 p.a. by 2025

- Pågående bygging av Norcem (EPC contract and 5-year service agreement) - Size: 400,000 metric tons CO2 per annum. ACC-utstyr ikke vil monteres i fabrikken før i slutten av 2022 eller starten av 2023.

- 12.07.2021 Aker Carbon Capture launches Carbon Capture as a Service
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- 17.08.2021 09:05:49: Aker Carbon Capture Supports Greensand CO2 Storage Project in Denmark - The project will form the basis for a decision to enable CO2 storage as early as 2025, positioning Greensand among the frontrunners of CO2 storage projects in Europe.Greensand-konsortiet vil ifølge Magseis Fairfield sende inn en EUDP-søknad innen september i år, og arbeidet i pilotprosjektet ventes å bli påbegynt innen nyttår. Første injiseringsarbeid offshore ventes å skje sent neste år. EDUP er en offentlig tilskuddsordning.

https://finansavisen.no/nyheter/energi/2021/08/17/7720484/magseis-fairfield-blir-med-pa-dansk-karbonprosjekt?internal_source=sistenytt

https://www.ineos.com/news/ineos-group/consortium-members-agree-to-back-greensand/
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- Twence Just Catch™ Contract Within Waste-to-Energy Industry - Size: 100,000 metric tons CO2 per annum.

2.8.2021 EU approves funding for Twence's carbon capture project, Euro 14.3 million - https://newsweb.oslobors.no/message/538874

- ACC and Siemens Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at developing combined offerings for carbon capture solutions that can be applied to gas turbines and gas-fired power plants.

- ACC, Ørsted and Microsoft have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to explore ways to support the development of carbon capture and storage at biomass-fired heat and power plants in Denmark.

- ACC has signed an agreement with Elkem to conduct a feasibility study for the establishment of carbon capture at its Norwegian smelters, and to support the company’s long-term goal of achieving carbon-neutral metal production

- ACC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Forus Energigjenvinning and Lyse to explore ways to support the development of a full-scale carbon capture and storage facility in the Stavanger/Sandnes region in southwestern Norway

- Aker Carbon Capture and Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at accelerating carbon capture solutions in the waste to energy industry in Europe.

- Avfallshåndteringsselskapet BIR har signert en kontrakt med Aker Carbon Capture for å utforske mulighetene for et karbonfangstanlegg. Mulighetsstudien vil være gjennomført i 2021/ 2022, og målet er å få økt innsikt i potensial, kostnad og industrielle forhold for et anlegg i Rådal», sier Borghild Lekve, adm. direktør i BIR, i meldingen

- ACC and Haldor Topsoe have signed a memorandum of understanding with the intention to offer a complete solution for low-carbon hydrogen production.

Link til prospektet når AKH flyttes til hovedindeksen 21.5.2021:
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5f871df7bb429b52ac77d186/t/60a632df064ee75be0ce520d/1621504756046/Aker+Horizons+Prospectus.pdf

Nå kan ACC handles på USA børsen:

https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/AKCCF/news/OTC-Markets-Group-Welcomes-Aker-Carbon-Capture-AS-to-OTCQX?id=305777

17.6.2021 Prospekt overflytting til hovedindeksen 18 juni:

https://www.akercarboncapture.com/globalassets/akercarboncapture/investors/prospectuses/aker-carbon-capture-prospectus-16-june-2021.pdf
Redigert 17.08.2021 kl 15:39 Du må logge inn for å svare

Det er vel fordi BG hadde Tesla i 7 år før de solgte pga profittsikring, så de kjøper ikke ACC for å hente 20% og et par hundre millioner i profitt. De ser muligheter i karbonfangst, og vil være med på reisen.

Kjære vene. Nok en tur rett opp og rett ned igjen?
Redigert 14.10.2021 kl 14:01 Du må logge inn for å svare

Ja, det var «overraskende».

19.10.2021 08:30:08: Aker Carbon Capture Selected by Viridor as Partner for Accelerating Decarbonization at Multiple Waste to Energy Sites in the UK



Aker Carbon Capture and Viridor, one of the UK's leading recycling, resources
and waste management companies, today announced plans to help the UK accelerate
its decarbonization agenda through a partnership for next-generation modular
carbon capture, utilization and storage technology (CCUS).

Viridor has an ambition to become the first net zero waste company by 2040 by
bringing forward CCUS alongside plastics extraction and increased recycling. To
support the delivery of CCUS, Viridor unveiled plans that could unleash up to
£1bn private investment into the UK. The plans include exploring the
installation of modular CCUS plants on five Viridor waste-to-energy sites across
the UK. Viridor has partnered with pure-play CCUS specialist Aker Carbon Capture
for the delivery of five modular plants. This partnership with Aker Carbon
Capture could accelerate Viridor's net zero plans by a decade to 2030.

Aker Carbon Capture's Just CatchT modular carbon capture plant is based on the
company's proprietary and HSE-friendly carbon capture technology, which it has
developed over the past two decades.

The modular carbon capture plants will allow the technology to be deployed
within fifteen months of planning and permitting, reducing fossil emissions at
these sites by up to 90 percent. Developing the modular CCUS plants on the five
waste-to-energy sites combined with two planned bespoke CCUS plants, would
deliver about 1.5 million tonnes CO2 savings a year, meeting 15 percent of the
UK government's 2030 emissions reduction target. This investment would also
create around 1,000 construction jobs and up to 180 skilled green jobs in
Scotland, Wales and the English regions.

"We are delighted to partner with Viridor on projects that could realize major
emissions reductions in a hard to abate sector like waste-to-energy by 2030,"
said Valborg Lundegaard, Chief Executive Officer of Aker Carbon Capture. "Our
modular carbon capture plants are designed for fast delivery and easy hook-up,
and together with our partners we see this as a great opportunity to contribute
to reaching climate goals and creating green jobs in the UK."

This announcement is the latest phase of Viridor's sector-leading
decarbonization plan. In May 2020 Viridor outlined a five-step action plan to
net zero emissions by 2040, and the ambition to be the first net negative
emissions waste and recycling company in the UK by 2045.

"Viridor stands ready to invest in developing world-leading carbon capture
technology," said Kevin Bradshaw, CEO of Viridor, which is majority owned by
investment company KKR. "This will support our company and sector to
decarbonize, as we have committed to do. But first of a kind technology projects
on this scale require genuine partnership between the public and private
sectors. Government policy support for waste management facilities to
participate in industrial carbon capture schemes will be vital for us to keep
progressing our plans."

The partners look forward to collaborating and maturing the opportunities in the
rapidly evolving market for CCUS in the UK.

"The UK has set out a globally leading ambition on CCUS and has the natural
resources to make this a reality, which was instrumental in attracting Aker
Carbon Capture to partner with Viridor in this market," said David Phillips,
Head of UK at Aker Carbon Capture.

https://newsweb.oslobors.no/message/544568

Blir spennende å se hva de leverer i Q3 nå men dette begynner å ligne fugl..
Tror det bare er å legge den i skuffen og vente på at ACC begynner å betale ut utbytte om noen (få ?) år...