Spearheading CCS actions towards net zero emissions


Greenport Scandinavia will support the Paris Agreement (COP21) and contribute to limiting global warming to 1.5°C.

Greenport Scandinavia will support this goal of reducing EU emissions by at least 55% by 2030, by creating one of Europe’s largest CO2 import and export terminals in the Port of Hirtshals.  


The mission is to create commercial CCUS value chains across geography and industrial sectors with concrete experience, broad and deep technical knowledge and a visionary, commercial mindset.


associated partners

Greenport Scandinavia Associated Partners is a group of stakeholders who have committed to  contributing to the successful establishment of a full CCUS value chain with insights and updates on relevant developments in their individual fields.



If you would like to learn more about or becoming an Associated Partner in Greenport Scandinavia, please get in touch on welcome@greenportscandinavia.com 


At the outset, Greenport Scandinavia will employ Greensand in the North Sea as a storage facility.

In a groundbreaking achievement in March 2023, Project Greensand demonstrated, for the first time globally, the capability

to transport CO2 across borders and securely store it, effectively contributing to the mitigation of climate change.

Please visit projectgreensand.com for more information.

The road map to increasing volumes and reducing the storage cost per ton CO2 stored:

MTPA: Million Tonnes Per Year


Storing up to 0,5 million tonnes of CO2 per year from regional emitters (e.g. from biogas plants etc.)


Storing ~3.0 million tonnes of CO2 per year from large, national emitters (e.g. from cement factories, refineries, district heating etc.)


Storing ~15,0 million tonnes of CO2 per year and at the same time significantly reducing the cost per stored ton of CO2 (the line in the graph).