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Altrad Babcock has achieved a significant milestone on the Net Zero Teesside (NZT) Power project, receiving client approval from bp for the completion of the front-end engineering and design study (FEED) for the CCGT (Combined Cycle Gas Turbine) and Carbon Capture project. The NZT Power project, valued at over £1 billion, aims to produce low-carbon electricity to support the decarbonisation of industrial clusters in Teesside, North East UK.
Altrad Babcock, along with Aker Solutions and Siemens Energy, is part of a consortium awarded the contract to design and submit development plans for the proposed power station and carbon capture plant. The gas-fired power station with carbon capture technology is designed to capture up to 95% of the carbon dioxide emissions, which will then be stored beneath the North Sea.
Scott Burleigh, Project Director at Altrad Babcock, said; “Our team has worked tirelessly to complete the FEED study to the highest standard, and our efforts have been recognised with this achievement certificate from bp.” Brian Davidson, Senior Project Director at Altrad Babcock, added, “Accomplishing this milestone on such a challenging project is a fantastic achievement!”
Altrad Babcock’s receipt of client approval is a significant accomplishment we are proud to contribute to the development of low-carbon electricity generation and carbon capture technology.
Congratulations to everyone involved in this remarkable achievement!
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