Worley to integrate Shell’s carbon capture tech with Humber Refinery


Industrial engineering solutions specialist Worley has been awarded a contract to integrate Shell’s carbon capture technology – CANSOLV – into Phillips 66 Humber Refinery in the UK.

The early front-end engineering services will also see Worley designing necessary infrastructure to export the capture carbon dioxide (CO2) into the proposed transport and storage network. 

The project supports the government-backed initiative to decarbonise the Immingham industrial area by 2030, known as Humber Zero. 

With the project aiming to prevent up to eight million tonnes of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere, Humber Zero could play a key role in helping the UK achieve its net zero ambitions by 2050. 

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