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Maasvlakte liquid CO2 terminal one step closer

The CO2next project has reached an important milestone. The project to build a liquid CO2 terminal on the Maasvlakte is entering a new phase. CO2next is now entering the FEED phase. The contract for this phase has been awarded to the engineering company Sener.

The planned terminal will allow ships to deliver liquid CO2 from customers not connected to a CO2 pipeline. The terminal is part of a critical CO2 infrastructure that will enable carbon capture and storage (CCS). The technical feasibility and development of a CCS chain will be studied together with the Aramis CCS project, to which the terminal is connected.

Costs and permits
During the FEED phase, Sener will further define the costs and design for the realization of the proposed CO2next terminal. During this phase, the relevant permits will be applied for and customers will be contracted. The final investment decision for the terminal will be taken next year.

Aramis
With the CO2next project, the project partners intend to build an open access hub for liquid CO2 on the Maasvlakte in Rotterdam, with jetties planned in the Yangtze Canal. The terminal will receive liquid CO2 delivered by ship and will be connected to depleted gas fields in the North Sea via the Aramis pipeline. It can also be used as part of other CCS chains and a potential future Carbon Utilization Industry.

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