Case study of the ROAD storage permit

1st June 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), CO2 storage, Permitting

In June 2013 the ROAD project, as a member of the European CCS Demonstration Project Network, released a case study regarding its storage permit. It gives an overview of the internal ROAD organisation, an overview of the key stakeholders, permitting timelines, and a detailed description of the key issues facing permitting in Europe – including Financial Security requirements, liability and transfer for responsibilities.  It is hoped that the findings will be of interest and help to other project proponents and regulators.


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Case study of the ROAD storage permit


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