Carbon capture,
use and storage

A decarbonization tool for the energy transition

We help our customers unlock the potential for carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) as a decarbonization tool.

We advise our customers on the best available technologies and evaluate the optimum technical and economic options for their assets. And we maintain technology neutrality at every stage.

We implement a broad range of carbon capture solutions, ranging from pre-combustion, post-combustion, and oxy-fuel combustion, direct air capture, and other emerging technologies. We use our legacy experience in gas processing to provide sustainable solutions for the compression and transportation of CO2. And assess the commercial viability of our customers’ utilization and storage needs. 

Statistic Cards

CCUS projects we are involved in are expected to capture 75 Mpta of CO2

work hours of design experience on the world's largest CCUS projects

subject matter experts (SMEs) for CCUS

Gary LeMaire of Worley.
"CCUS has a huge part to play in the energy transition. We can’t just turn off the tap to conventional energy, but CCUS can balance the output of emissions in the meantime. But if we’re to meet net zero targets, the rate at which we develop CCUS infrastructure must accelerate by 190 times between now and 2050."
Gary LeMaire Senior Director CCUS

Our expertise in action

We’re working with VPI to retrofit carbon capture technology to its 1260 MW combined cycle natural gas power plant.

Our team designed and engineered the CCUS technology integration across two gas turbines and two auxiliary gas boilers. The scope also included the CO2 treatment, conditioning, and compression for export into the region’s shared CO2 transport and storage system, as well as the site’s existing flue gas, utility, and power tie-ins. Supporting the Humber Zero initiative, this project could reduce the CO2 footprint of the facility by up to 3.3 million tonnes per annum upon completion.

Insights from our experts
Chris Behan of Worley.
"The scale of the task is huge, but it is achievable through investment, standardization, and collaboration. In Australia, the delivery of a large scale CCS facility currently previously took 10 years. To reach net zero, we need to build three a year, every year until 2050."
Chris Behan Project Delivery Lead, CCUS Read Chris' profile

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