PROCESS Worldwide brings to you the ‘Top 10 plant engineering projects of October 2021’ from all over the world. Right from the Rotating Olefins Cracker technology advancing the energy transition of olefin production to Ineos investing more than 2 billion dollars on green hydrogen projects in Europe, find out all the projects making headlines here.
Air Liquide has acquired 100 % stake in H2V Normandy (now called Normand’Hy) and with this development the company aims to build a 200 MW PEM electrolyzer in Port-Jérôme, France for the production of renewable hydrogen which will be used for industrial and heavy mobility applications. The firm will connect the electrolyzer to its hydrogen pipeline network in Normandy, which will lead to the development of the world’s first low-carbon hydrogen network.
Air Liquide has teamed up with Total Energies to develop low-carbon hydrogen production in the Normandy industrial basin in France. A large-scale CO2 capture and storage solution (CCS) will also be implemented at the site.
Air Liquide has finalized the takeover of 16 Air Separation Units (ASU) from Sasol in Secunda, South Africa and with this, Air Liquide will also operate the biggest oxygen production site in the world.
Air Liquide Engineering & Construction will provide Cryocap FG, a unique solvent free technology solution to Zeeland Refinery in order to capture more than 90 % of emissions at its Vlissingen site in the Netherlands.
Under a long-term agreement signed between Air Liquide and Severstal, Air Liquide will build a new ASU plant at the Severstal Chermk site in Russia, which is claimed to be one of the largest oxygen sites in continental Europe.
Air Liquide has successfully completed the first phase of its low-carbon H2 electrolyzer plants in the Tainan Technology Industrial Park, Taiwan. Expected to supply ultra-high purity hydrogen, the project will continue to construct the remaining 5 phases in the next two years.
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Siemens Energy and Air Liquide have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the objective to combine their expertise in PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolysis technology. They intend to focus their activities on these key areas: co-creation of large industrial-scale hydrogen projects in collaboration with customers, laying the ground for mass manufacturing of electrolyzers in Europe, especially in Germany and France, and R&D activities to co-develop next generation electrolyzer technologies.