The facility will be the first commercial-scale development using Squamish, British Columbia-based Carbon Engineering Ltd DAC technology. Each DAC unit is expected to extract 1 million metric tpy of atmospheric CO2.
Upon completion of the design, the two companies will form an alliance and move into the engineering, procurement and construction phase, with two more phases to follow.
(Source: Worley, PR, Market Herald, 23 Feb., 2021) Contact: Worley, Chris Ashton, CEO, (713) 892-0999 – Houston Office, www.worley.com;
Carbon Engineering, Steve Oldham, CEO, www.carbonengineering.com
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The Velocys technology package converts waste feedstocks into sustainable aviation and road transport fuels.
Velocys also notes it has now selected all the technology suppliers for its Bayou Fuels woody-biomass-to-fuels project in Natchez, Mississippi, USA. The same technology package will be used for the Altalto Immingham waste-to-fuels project in the U.K.
(Source: Velocys, PR, Chem Eng., 4 Feb., 2020) Contact: Velocys, Henrik Wareborn, CEO, +44 1235 838 621, (713) 275-5840 -- Houston Office, email@example.com, www.velocys.com; Worley,
Paul Seaton, Pres., www.worley.com
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UK CAER's current 0.7 mw small pilot CO2 capture facility that operates at Kentucky Utilities' E.W. Brown Generating Station in Burgin, Kentucky, has led to scientific and engineering breakthroughs in the field, according to the CAER. The post-combustion system features modular equipment and free-standing columns with built-in advanced controls to continually minimize the CO2 capture energy penalty while responding to a dynamic external demand. The new system will combine several facets to simultaneously address capital cost, energy consumption, load change and environmental impact.
Project collaborators include LG&E and Kentucky Utilities, Carbon Clean Solutions, University of Texas at Austin, Membrane Technology Research, Electric Power Research Institute, Huaneng Clean Energy Research Institute, Koch Modular Process Systems, Worley Parsons and Smith Management Group.
(Source: University of Kentucky, PR, May, 2018)
Contact: University of Kentucky CAER, Kunlei Liu, principal investigator , (859) 257-0200, www.caer.uky.edu
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