Global engineering solutions provider KBR has been awarded a contract from Fidelis New Energy for Project Fyrkat, liquid CO2 receiving terminal in Denmark.
Project Fyrkat is part of the larger Project Norne, which was announced in May 2023 and aims to store over 20 million metric tons of carbon dioxide per year by the end of the decade.
The receiving terminal is at the Port of Aalborg, in the North of the country and will provide industrial emitters with the opportunity to cost-effectively do away with their CO2 emissions, which will ultimately help Denmark reach its 2030 and 2050 climate targets.
Project Norne is expected to become operational in 2027.
Now that KBR has joined the Fyrkat portion of the project, the company will bring its proven expertise in dealing with liquid CO2.
The engineering solutions provider is well-equipped to navigate the difficulties of the sector and has an impressive track record to demonstrate the same.