Carbon Capture Study

Carbon (CO2) capture plant at the Prince George Refinery utilizing additional government grant funds from CleanBC Industry Fund to progress the design.

Prince George, BC
Confidential client

Carbon Capture Feasibility for Refinery

Feasibility study to review possible carbonDemand for Carbon (CO2) Capture technology is increasing to diversify the energy sector, playing a crucial role in developing clean energy and achieving Canada's net-zero targets.

British Columbia is committed to greenhouse gas emission reductions of 80% by 2050. The focus on British Columbia's clean fuel objectives and vision for a low-carbon future has intensified as refineries adopt new technologies and strategies.

Backed by Canadian Government grant funds from CleanBC Industry Fund, our Client is progressing the design for Carbon Capture at Canada’s first stand-alone Renewable Diesel Refinery. capture at the refinery including consideration of future expansions.


Carbon Capture Unit Sizing and Cost Estimate

TWD has actively been supporting our Client in their journey towards sustainability and carbon reduction initiatives.

Feasibility study to advance combined carbon capture and sequestration scheme from one steam methane reformer. Development of a Process Design Basis for a Carbon Capture System to extract CO2 from the Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) feed gas stream and CO2 liquefaction system and transloading to truck. The process captures > 95% of CO2 from the gas stream and overall CO2 reduction of 168 Am3 per as liquefied CO2 for storage and regular transportation. Major equipment includes CO2 Absorber Column / Rich Amine Regenerator with a steam fed Reboiler / Lean Amine Booster and Circulation Pumps / Plate Frame Exchangers / Pressure Vessels (Rich Amine Flash Drum and CO2 Product Separator) / Cooling Medium Air Fin Coolers, Expansion Drums, and Circulation Pumps / CO2 Liquefaction, Storage, and Shipping / Mole Sieve unit / Propane Chilling / Storage Cylinders with Loading Pumps.

> 95% CO2 Capture
The process successfully captures over 95% of CO2 from the gas stream, leading to an overall CO2 reduction of 168 Am3 per as liquefied CO2, ready for storage and transportation.
80% to 90% Reduction
The facility is set to produce renewable diesel, achieving an 80% to 90% reduction in carbon emissions compared to traditional fossil fuel diesel.
Renewable diesel refinery in Canada.
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