McDermott International Ltd. has been awarded a pre-FEED contract from Tata Steel BV on Nov. 19 for the Enhancing Value by Emissions Reuse and Emission Storage (EVEREST) Project.
Tata Steel has launched the preparatory plans for a project to capture CO2 from its blast furnaces in IJmuiden, the Netherlands, and transport it for storage in empty gas fields under the North Sea. The project is planned for implementation at the Tata Steel facilities in IJmuiden, which is located 19 miles (30 km) West of Amsterdam.
“The combination of our innovative carbon capture and storage solutions with our unparalleled engineering capabilities demonstrate McDermott's strategic role in reducing emissions and advancing the energy transition,” Tareq Kawash, senior vice president of Europe, Middle East, Africa, said. “Together, we will progress Tata Steel’s strategic roadmap toward carbon-neutral steel production by 2050.”
The engineering and design will be executed from McDermot’'s office in The Hague, the Netherlands.
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