Aalborg in Denmark to become a hub in CO2 infrastructure


The Port of Aalborg in Denmark will be the first large-scale infrastructure hub for handling captured CO2 for further processing, either to be stored underground or utilized in the production of green fuels. The plant will be constructed by US-based Fidelis New Energy to receipt and handle up to 4 Mta of CO2, starting in 2026. The receiving facility and planned pipelines shall use CO2 from the Danish industry as well as from neighboring countries, helping the EU to achieve its climate goals. With advantage location and geology, Denmark can become a global leader in carbon management and in the infrastructure.