Wood’s scope of work for Humber Zero, one of the leading industrial decarbonization projects in the UK includes the development and integration of designs across the FEED packages including interface management, safety studies, licensor selection and scoping of future services.
In the first half of 2021, Wood secured more than 20 Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) related projects in the background of companies aiming to speed up their decarbonization and emissions reduction activities.
Wood has plans to build a new Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) production plant for Röhm on the site of OQ Chemicals in Bay City, Texas, USA. Work on this project is expected to be fully integrated with technology solutions provided by Aveva.
With the development of the propane dehydrogenation project in Pakistan to establishing large-scale green hydrogen production plants across the globe, PROCESS Worldwide brings to you the most recent engineering projects of the week.
Wood has recently signed a three-year engineering framework agreement with NEL Hydrogen. Under the terms of the contract, both the companies will work together to develop large-scale green hydrogen production plants across the globe.
Located within the Sohar Freezone in northern Oman, the 25 MWp Qabas Solar Plant aims to reduce emissions from industrial activities in the region. The project will help to meet the growing demands of sustainable energy in the country.
Wood has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract with Hyundai Engineering to provide detailed engineering services and material supply for a steam methane reformer, part of a new Wood-licensed hydrogen production unit for the Melaka Refinery Diesel Euro 5 Project in Malaysia.
Wood hat einen Auftrag über mehrere Millionen Doller von Teva Biotech erhalten. Der Auftrag umfasst Engineering, Beschaffung, Konstruktionsmanagement, Inbetriebnahme und Qualifizierung eines neuen Biotechnologiewerks in Ulm.
Inovyn has announced a major expansion project at Rafnes Site, Norway, which will increase VCM capacity at the Site by around 70 ktes a year. The VCM produced at the site will be used in the production of vinyls at its Porsgrunn, Stenungsund and Newton Aycliffe sites.