CO2 capture and liquifaction

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Safe and permanent CO2 storage

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No. According to the World Bank’s data from 2019, Denmark imported 55.624 tonnes of carbon dioxide, primarily from Sweden, Norway, Asia, Estonia and Austria. Most of these volumes are transported via ships to Danish ports and via truck and rail.

Indeed, the food industry has been receiving significant CO2 deliveries by truck for many years.

Yes, the most cost-effective way to deliver CO2 over long geographical distances is often via railcar.  

Yes – in the past for e.g. the food industry, and in the future also for safe, permanent geological storage.