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Worley awarded a pre-FEED for the basic design of the CO2 capture plant in Norway

Together with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), we’re one of three suppliers that have been selected to proceed to an early phase study of the project. This is in connection with the work on realizing Statkraft’s CO2 capture facility in Trondheim, Norway.

Statkraft is currently evaluating its ongoing long term project with the possibility of maturing and later realizing full scale CO2 capture at its waste incineration plant in Trondheim by 2030.

Our scope is to design an optimized carbon capture unit for the waste to energy facility to capture 300,000 tonnes CO2 per annum using the Advanced KM CDR Process™ proprietary CO2 capture technology that MHI has developed together with The Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc.

The pre-FEED will focus on environmental and safety aspects, design, and development of a robust cost estimate. Studies are planned for completion in the autumn of this year. Statkraft will then decide if they proceed to the next, and final, phase of the project before a potential investment decision is due in 2027

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