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Getica CCS Demo Project Romania: permitting report to the Global CCS Institute. Public report

18th November 2011

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

The Romanian CCS Demonstration Project is to implement a full-chain operational CCS system capturing 1.5 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from an existing 330 MW unit (no.6) of the Turceni Power Plant in Oltenia, Romania. The CO2 from the capture plant will be transported using (where possible) existing onshore natural gas pipelines and stored underground in onshore deep saline formations within a 50 km radius of the power plant.

The purpose of the Permitting Report is to identify relevant permits and competent authorities involved in the permitting process, to create a permitting map and a permitting time schedule, and to identify the authorities and the permits considered 'critical' to the development of a CCS project in Romania.

This report aims to help similar CCS projects (using post-combustion capture technology) to identify the attention points and needed conditions to get a successful permitting process.

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Getica CCS Demo Project Romania: permitting report to the Global CCS Institute. Public report

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