Technip Energies awarded carbon capture project

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Technip Energies and Shell Catalysts & Technologies have been awarded the EPF (Engineering, Procurement, and Fabrication) contract by Carbon Centric for a carbon capture unit project in Rakkestad, Norway.
The project will be designed to capture 10,000 tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide from the Rakkestad waste incineration plant run by Østfold Energi.
The gas will be purified and liquified, prepared for loading to truck transport. The delivery also contains heat integration and energy optimisation, ensuring the delivery of energy from the plant is maintained with minimum impact.
The Carbon Capture plant will be owned and operated by Carbon Centric.
Christophe Malaurie, SVP of Decarbonisation Solutions, Technip Energies, said: “We are very proud to deploy through KANFA our Canopy by T.ENTM modular solution in Norway and support with Carbon Centric the decarbonisation of small emitters with innovative fit-for-purpose solutions.
“As a leading net-zero enabler, we combine best-in-class technologies, proven project delivery track record, and innovative models to support our clients across sectors and geographies in their net zero journey. We are part of the solution and this award with Carbon Centric is an example of our commitment.”
Kenneth Juul, chief commercial officer and co-founder, Carbon Centric, added: “We are excited to jointly develop this project with Technip Energies. This is the first of many carbon capture plants Carbon Centric will build, own and operate. We currently have an additional three plants under development. Our model reduces the risk for emitters and even removes the financial burden.”

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