CCS Project


L10 is a depleted gas field located in the Dutch North Sea, which started producing gas in 1976 and was still operational in 2021. Currently, it is being investigated the development of a large-scale Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project with a total storage capacity of 120-150 million tonnes of CO2 which implies injecting around 5 Mt / year. Phase 1 (2027) has a capacity of 5MTPA and the storage field in the L10 block will be connected to the Aramis CO2 pipeline. Phase 2 (2028) has a minimum capacity of 4MTPA, and its storage fields will be supplied via direct injection from vessels.
Project type:Capture Participants:Neptune Energy EBN Capital B.V. Rosewood Exploration Ltd. ExxonMobil Country:Netherlands Type of capture:Not applicable IOGP members involved: Neptune Energy, ExxonMobil Planned start of operation: 2027 CO2 capacity at start date: 0 CO2 capacity after completion: 9 Status: Early Development Type of storage: Depleted Gas Field Funding and support scheme: No Info related to the funding and support scheme: No public funded yet very likely through the upcoming round for applications for SDE++ funding from Dutch authorities. Notes: Links: