Norway: Location DB Profile: All Organizations

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This page lists all organizations mentioned in articles mentioning Norway relating to Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Norway Location DB Profile.

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European Union   13.04% (1135)
International Energy Agency   10.50% (914)
International Space Station   7.99% (695)
Grootfontein Agricultural College   7.85% (683)
Coega Development Corporation   7.85% (683)
Renewable Energy Tariff   7.85% (683)
Sa Environmental Observation Network   7.67% (667)
Addo Elephant National Parks   7.67% (667)
Sa National Parks   7.67% (667)
Mzimhlophe Primary School   7.53% (655)
Treasure The Karoo Action Group   7.49% (652)
United Nations   7.07% (615)
European Commission   6.90% (600)
Humewood Police Station   6.36% (553)
Greenpeace   6.32% (550)
Ipcc   6.13% (533)
Department Of Energy   6.01% (523)
Transition Network Pe Naomi Suzane   5.88% (512)
Thyspunt Alliance   5.86% (510)
Us Department Of Energy   5.78% (503)
Amadiba Crisis Committee   5.10% (444)
World Bank   4.83% (420)
Park Primary School In Walmer   4.55% (396)
Hospitality Youth Initiative   4.33% (377)
Environmental Protection Agency   4.14% (360)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   4.13% (359)
Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum   3.84% (334)
Clean Development Mechanism   3.11% (271)
Royal Dutch Shell   3.03% (264)
Technology Centre Mongstad   2.64% (230)
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