Australia-based Worley has been awarded a Front-End-Engineering Design (FEED) contract for QatarEnergy LNG’s carbon dioxide (CO2) storage project in Ras Laffan, Qatar – a project capable of capturing 4.3m metric tonnes of CO2 per year.
The project is designed to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from QatarEnergy LNG North’s 7 liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains and QatarEnergy LNG South’s 3 LNG trains.
CO2 will be captured from the trains, compressed and injected into the new injection wells. Once the FEED is completed, new compression trains and pipelines will be installed harnessing the scope of the FEED study and EPC.
“Having worked alongside QatarEnergy LNG for over a decade, we are delighted to be involved in this project and support Qatar on its sustainability journey,” said Nawar Chapman, Country Manager Qatar & Kuwait at Worley.
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