Petrobras hires company for offshore CCS study

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Brazil’s state-owned oil company Petrobras has contracted Kanfaa wholly owned subsidiary of Technip Energies, to conduct a CCS (carbon capture and storage) study on its offshore assets.

With this study, the oil company seeks to gain an in-depth understanding of the technology and confirm its technical and economic feasibility for capturingCO2 from offshore power generation, with the ultimate goal of implementing this technology in its offshore assets in the future.

More details about the CCS study

The study will focus on Canopy Marine, a post-combustion carbon capture system based on compact columns and amines.

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Andreas Dinzinger, Director of Engineering at Kanfa, expressed his pride at having been selected for this project, highlighting Petrobras’ commitment to the goal of net zero emissions and Kanfa’s contribution to this goal through its extensive knowledge in compact modular solutions for offshore CCS.

Technip Energies’ Canopy solutions, powered by the Shell CANSOLV CO₂ capture system, promise CO₂ recovery rates in excess of 95% with minimal emissions. Digitally designed, the carbon capture plants are fully instrumented and automated for unmanned operations and plant performance monitoring.

The importance of carbon capture innovation for the offshore industry

Petrobras’ initiative to explore carbon capture and storage technologies for its offshore operations underscores the growing importance of innovation in reducing the oil and gas industry’s carbon footprint.

As the world moves toward a low-carbon future, the ability of energy companies to adapt and adopt clean technologies will be crucial to their long-term sustainability and to meeting global climate change goals.

Goal Description: Petrobras moves towards net zero with offshore CCS study by Technip Energies.

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