Shell Catalysts & Technologies and Technip Energies are expanding their strategic alliance in order to increase carbon capture technological efficiencies and cut costs.
The alliance is an integrated cooperative relationship for the joint promotion, marketing, licensing and execution of projects using Shell’s CANSOLV carbon dioxide (CO2) capture system technology.
Technip Energies recently joined Shell’s Energy Transition Campus Amsterdam (ETCA) to form a joint, co-located delivery team and over the next few years, the joint team will work towards cost reductions through joint value delivery and improvement programmes.
The two organisations, which have been working together since 2012, believe that, by enhancing their collaboration, they will be able to better respond to the rapidly growing CCS market and the need for affordable and proven solutions.
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