Fluor Corporation announced on April 20th that it has signed a license agreement with Federated Co-Operatives Limited (FCL) to apply Fluor’s Econamine FG PlusSM carbon capture technology at FCL’s Co-op Renewable Diesel Complex in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Fluor also booked a first-quarter award to develop the process design package for the facility that will help FCL meet their commitment of a 40 per cent greenhouse gas emissions reduction target by 2030.
“We are pleased to assist FCL in meeting their decarbonization goals through the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by utilizing our carbon capture technology,” said Jim Breuer, group president of Fluor’s Energy Solutions business. “We are seeing significant activity in carbon capture and are pleased to bring Econamine FG Plus to FCL’s renewable diesel project, helping them create a more sustainable future while meeting the world’s growing energy demands.”
The FCL renewable diesel project is part of a $2 billion investment in the construction of an integrated agriculture complex – a key element of FCL’s energy roadmap. The facility is scheduled to be operational by 2027.
Source: Business Wire