Two plants in North America have successfully implemented carbon capture projects. Our team designed and installed the largest plant.
The typical duration from preliminary FEED study to start of construction is 18 months.
Currently, the Department of Energy (DOE) still has money available for carbon capture related activities.
Successful projects begin with the end in mind. Our engineering philosophy is focused on designing for efficient construction from day one, providing you with a realistic and achievable roadmap to construction and beyond.
Don’t waste time, money and effort on the wrong solution. Our teams understand the DOE funding mechanisms and the future of carbon capture. We are available to help at any phase of the process: siting study, project development, technology selection study, feasibility study, pre-FEED study, FEED study, and detailed design.
No project is too large or too small. We deliver world-class solutions of any size, and our proven track record and financial strength provide our clients with assurance that their project will be completed on time and on budget.
TIC – The Industrial Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kiewit, and its consortium partner, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, engineered, procured and constructed the Petra Nova Carbon Capture Project, the first one in the United States, at NRG’s WA Parish Generating Station. The post-combustion carbon capture system reduces the facility’s emissions by 90 percent and removes 5,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide daily. Captured from a 240 MW slipstream of flue gas, the carbon dioxide is compressed and transported to a mature oil field to enhance oil recovery and permanently sequester the CO2.
Totaling over 1.7 million manhours, TIC performed detailed design and procurement of the balance-of-plant and completed all construction without a single lost-time incident.