RWE Generation UK just recently announced its selection of Technip Energies, GE Gas Power and Bechtel for a pre-FEED study for a carbon capture project in the UK.
Namely, the pre-FEED (Front-End Engineering and Design) study is intended for a new natural gas power plant that is equipped with carbon capture technology.
Located near Stallingborough, Lincolnshire, the new facility is also a partner of Viking CCS.
The pre-FEED study done by Technip and GE for RWE will aim to address the benefits, economics, challenges, as well as the best possible technical solutions for the integration of a carbon capture facility with the innovative power station.
Bechtel is also set to complete Pre-FEED studies with a similar scope to investigate alternative technology choices.
GE Gas Power will lend its invaluable knowledge in the field of natural gas plant engineering, whereas Technip Energies will focus on the integration of Shell’s Cansolv® carbon capture technology in the facility.
“By leveraging our partnership with GE Gas Power and our expertise in carbon capture projects through Shell Cansolv technology, we are fully committed to supporting our client in making this project an industrial success,” said Christophe Malaurie, SVP Decarbonization Solutions of Technip Energies.