FuelCell Energy, Inc. has announced a contract with Cenovus Energy Inc. to complete the preliminary front-end design and engineering (pre-FEED) for siting a fuel cell system to capture CO2 from flue gas.
The system would be at an existing 14 megawatt natural gas-fired co-generation facility located at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada.
Cenovus, a Canadian integrated oil company, is the lead partner of a Joint Industry Project (JIP) and acts on behalf of the JIP participants that include Alberta Innovates-Energy Environment Solutions as well as Cenovus, Devon Canada, and Shell Canada, three members of Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA). This project is intended to quantify the benefits of the fuel cell carbon capture solution for the separation of CO2 from the flue gas of boilers used to make steam in oil sands production.
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