Detailed engineering and commissioning for a pilot project to capture CO2
BBA was involved in a CO2 capture demonstration project of 30 tonnes per day with Svante at the Husky Energy industrial gas boiler plant in Lashburn, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Svante (formerly Inventys Thermal Technologies) offers companies in emissions-intensive industries a commercially viable way to capture large-scale CO2 emissions from existing infrastructure, either for safe storage or to be recycled for further industrial use in a closed loop. With the ability to capture CO2 directly from industrial sources at less than half the capital cost of existing solutions, Svante makes industrial-scale carbon capture a reality. It is a rapid cycle temperature swing adsorption (TSA) based process with a proprietary intensified process cycle, novel structured adsorbent filters and low-cost continuous rotating adsorption equipment.
Location: Burnaby, British Columbia
OUR EXPERTS’ SOLUTIONS
BBA’s experience in construction, site supervision and project management helped prioritize deliverables to meet a very demanding project schedule.
- Electrical and automation detailed engineering for over 300 instruments
- Electrical equipment specifications
- Control philosophy
- Construction support
- Structural review and design
- Review of hazardous zones classification
- Arc-flash studies
- Factory acceptance testing (FAT)
IN THE WORDS OF OUR CLIENT…
“BBA is a world-class EPCM organization. The team assigned to our project was very professional and provided innovative solutions.”
Claude Létourneau, President & CEO
- One Svante commercial-scale installation can remove the equivalent CO2 of 200,000 cars per year doing the same job of 10 million trees (30 NYC Central Parks).
- 80% reduction target in Canadian GHG emissions by 2030
- 704 Mt of CO2 produced in 2016 in Canada