Project Industry: Chemical & Fuel Production

  • Nutrien Redwater Carbon Capture Study

    Nutrien is the world’s largest provider of crop inputs and services, growing our world from the ground up, and raising expectations of what an agriculture company can be. In support of our sustainability and emission reduction goals, Nutrien has proposed a Study to assess the technological feasibility, develop the preliminary engineering, and create the overall […]

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  • Svante’s CO2 capture process for Suncor’s Fluid Catalytic Cracker

    This project contemplates the use of Svante’s adsorption technology to capture CO2 from the flue gas stream of the Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit (FCCU) at Suncor’s Edmonton refinery. The project focuses on a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) study which includes evaluating the engineering associated with the CO2 capture plant and transportation system. If constructed, […]

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  • Lehigh Edmonton Alternative Low Carbon Fuel Project

    Lehigh Hanson (Lehigh) operates a portland cement manufacturing plant in Edmonton. Lehigh currently uses coal and natural gas to fire a rotary kiln at the Edmonton plant to convert limestone, clay, and other minerals into clinker, the precursor to portland cement. Portland cement is used to make concrete, the most common building material in the […]

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  • New Edmonton Blue Hydrogen Hub

    Edmonton Blue Hydrogen Hub for developing the hydrogen economy with low carbon intensity product.

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  • Linde LNG Low Carbon Fuels Demonstration Project

    This demonstration project will deliver LNG to Alberta customers with a wells to wheels carbon intensity of under 62 g CO2 e/MJ in comparison to diesel fuel with a Canadian average carbon intensity of 100 g CO2e/MJ. The project is aligned with the objectives of the new Canadian Clean Fuel Standard and reduced carbon taxes […]

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  • GHG Saving and Internationally Scalable Ultra High Recovery Industrial Wastewater Treatment at an Albertan Agri-Chem Facility

    This project will advance a full-scale, permanently installed plant at Nutrien’s nitrogen fertilizer production facility in Carseland, Alberta, to treat cooling tower blowdown (CTB). Nutrien is investigating treating it for re-use, thereby reducing Bow River water withdrawal. The technology will also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by allowing producers of agricultural and industrial wastewater to […]

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  • Fort Saskatchewan Hydrogen Blending

    In a first of its kind project for Alberta, ATCO will blend hydrogen into a subsection of its Fort Saskatchewan natural gas distribution system at a concentration of five percent, by volume. Because combustion of hydrogen emits only water, blending hydrogen into natural gas reduces the greenhouse gas (GHG) intensity of the natural gas stream. […]

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  • Development and Field Testing of a Tri-Generation Pyrolysis (TGP) System for Low-cost, Clean Hydrogen Production

    The project will develop and demonstrate a novel pulse methane pyrolysis (PMP) system for low-cost, clean, industrial H2 production.  The project will also demonstrate a direct carbon fuel cell (DCFC), which converts solid by-product carbon from the PMP process to electrical power and enhances the economics of hydrogen production.  The resulting tri-generation pyrolysis (TGP) platform […]

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  • A New Wave in Hydrogen Production

    Standing Wave Reformers, Inc. (SWR) introduces a new energy paradigm in clean hydrogen (H2) generation – shock wave or compression energy. The core innovation uses well proven components in a novel application for methane pyrolysis. The compression energy transfer in the Wave Reformer directly heats natural gas to temperatures sufficient to directly crack methane into […]

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  • Energy Efficient Propylene-Propane Separation

    Trialing of membrane technology that reduces energy and emissions intensity of light olefins used to support the production of polymers, plastics, and other products. The project will build out two commercial facilities in Alberta and Ontario.

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