The Compact Carbon Capture technology is invented in a collaboration with Fjell Technology Group AS, Equinor ASA, CMR Prototech AS and SINTEF Tel-Tek. The development project was initiated by Equinor back in 2007, but the first patent for the technology (by Prof. Dag Eimer) was granted already in 1999.
Throughout the years 2008-2014, the technology was developed as a project under Equinors management. In 2015, Fjell Technology Group took over the project lead, and launched several project phases under Climit and Equinor support. The company Compact Carbon Capture AS was established in 2018, and got transfered all the IP and know-how from both the Equinor and the Fjell Technology Group management periods. Currently the development is headed by Compact Carbon Capture, but with a very smooth collaboration with all the partners Equinor, Fjell Technology Group, Sintef and Prototech.
Today, the company has their headquarter at Marineholmen in Bergen,Norway, but collaborates with R&D partners and industrial partners both nationally and globally.
Baker Hughes Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) capabilities: