Drax, Bechtel working together on biomass plants with carbon capture and storage
June 7, 2021
By Canadian Biomass Magazine
Bechtel, a noted power plant engineering and construction leader, has entered into an agreement with Drax to create bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) plants globally.
Drax has already converted its power station in North Yorkshire, England from coal to biomass, and considers it Europe’s largest decarbonization project.
Bechtel is focused upon strategically important regions in North America and Western Europes for building new BECCS plants, and is reviewing ways to optimize the design of a BECCS plant using state-of-the-art engineering to achieve maximize efficiency, performance and cost.
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