What we do

TCM’s main objective is to test
different technologies for carbon capture
and provide advisory services on
global projects with CO2 capture technology.

What we do

We contribute in improving
technology maturity and thereby
reducing costs and risks of carbon capture.

What we do

TCM will continue to play an important role
in global deployment of
carbon capture and storage.

Technology testing

We offer the world´s most advanced test arena for CO2 capture technologies.

Companies and scientific communities from all over the world come to TCM to develop efficient technologies that can be used in full scale carbon capture.

Advisory services

We have gained incomparable expertise on carbon capture technology which we want to share with developers of projects.

TCM is expanding the global consultancy practice.

About TCM

We have expanded our scope and become the world’s leading arena for testing of mature and emerging CO2 capture technologies.

Read more about our history, development and future.

Customers

We are providing world-class infrastructure and technical resources to ease technologies’ route to the market. Six reputable companies have used our facility, and we are advising several carbon capture and storage projects.

Our owners

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03.10.2018

Major American company will test new technology for carbon capture at Mongstad

The engineering- and construction company Fluor has signed an agreement for use of the test facility Technology Center Mongstad (TCM) in Nordhordland.

23.10.2018

TCM meets the global CCS community in Australia

Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy in the US Department of Energy, Steven Winberg, lectured in front of a full stacked crowd at TCM`s side-event at the conference.

23.10.2018

New partnership will promote carbon capture technology to help meet climate challenge

Høvik/Mongstad, Norway, 23 October 2018 – The world’s largest testing facility for carbon capture, TCM, has signed a collaborative agreement with DNV GL to deliver advisory and verification services for CO2 capture technology…