Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS)

Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) is a key technology in working towards a climate-neutral industry. Capturing and storing CO2 emissions significantly reduces the amount of environmentally harmful greenhouse gas emissions. 

With over 15 years of experience in CCUS, Bilfinger Tebodin has the capacity and expertise to oversee the entire process. Bilfinger Tebodin has developed and implemented all kinds of CCUS projects for a wide range of industries.  

Bilfinger Tebodin is a key player when it comes to developing and supporting the entire CCUS value chain. This includes capture and separation of CO2 emissions as well as purification, compression, liquefaction, transport and storage. We also provide a range of services for the utilization of captured CO2 emissions.  

Consulting and engineering 

From initial idea to planning: Bilfinger Tebodin supports plant operators in the use of CCUS technology by providing market intelligence and technology scouting, consulting on invesmnent planning, conducting feasibility studies and performing conceptual, basic and detail engineering on their behalf. Our experts also provide advice on environmental compatibility, safety and approval issues.  

Plant construction and EPC services 

Bilfinger Tebodin handles every step in the construction of a CCUS plant. This includes project management, procurement of all necessary components and materials, manufacturing, assembly and support during every phase of construction up to commissioning. 

We use our expertise to develop and support the entire CCUS value chain and meet the needs of our clients

References:

CO2 separation at AVR waste-to-energy plant 

AVR operates a waste-to-energy plant in the Dutch city of Duiven. Bilfinger Tebodin developed a system that separates the CO2 emissions produced by waste incineration. The CO2 is purified, liquefied and stored in large tanks before it is transported to greenhouses where it is used for the cultivation of crops. Bilfinger Tebodin conducted the feasibility study for AVR and provided the conceptual, basic and detail engineering in addition to supporting the client with project and construction management. 

Porthos – CO2 storage under the North Sea

The Porthos project, headed by Gasunie and the Port of Rotterdam Authority, concerns the planned construction of a transport facility for captured CO2 emissions in the Port of Rotterdam. The emissions will be compressed and transported through a subsea pipeline to a depleted gas field for storage. At the request of Gasunie, Bilfinger Tebodin supplied a ready-to-use AspenTech HYSYS simulation model of the entire system, which included everything from the emitters down to the compressor station, the platform riser and the wells supplied by Bilfinger Tebodin. At the same time, Bilfinger Tebodin also invested in its own research of CO2 behavior and modelling in order to continue to innovate in CCUS. 

René de Schutter

René de Schutter

Business Development Manager Energy & Environment

Phone: +31 6 50 26 66 34

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Oksana Roman

Oksana Roman

Energy Transition Leader in CEE

Phone: +380 44 481 21 21

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