New test opportunities at TCM
In alignment with Technology Centre Mongstad’s overall objective of enhancing CO2capture technologies globally, we are now inviting vendors or parties internationally to compete for a role in new and exciting test opportunities at Mongstad.
- TCM is right now in the start-up phase, but we are already thinking about taking the next step, says Managing Director Tore Amundsen.
- Our amine CO2 capture plant is the largest, most comprehensive and flexible test facility in the world. We are now inviting additional companies to use it, bringing the global carbon capture technology development forward. In addition we are inviting owners of emerging technologies to demonstrate them at our available area tied in with our unique and robust infrastructure at Mongstad, Amundsen says.
These are the two requests for interest:
TCM invites interested parties/vendors to participate in a negotiated tender process towards further use of the large scale amine test and demonstration plant after the current test program, expected to be completed by end 2013 (deadline May 1, 2012).
Link to the Request for Interest (RFI) document for further utilisation of the amine plant.
TCM also invites interested parties/vendors to participate in a negotiated tender process for using the available area, utilities and other infrastructure of TCM towards construction and testing of further carbon capture technology.
Link to the Request for Interest (RFI) for utilisation of the available site.
Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) is the world’s largest facility for testing and improving CO2capture. Knowledge gained will prepare the ground for CO2 capture initiatives to combat climate change. TCM is a joint venture between the Norwegian state, Statoil, Shell and Sasol.