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Aker Carbon Capture and Ørsted sign Just Catch deal

Aker Carbon Capture and  Ørsted sign Just Catch deal
On June 15, 2023, Aker Carbon Capture and Ørsted held a signing ceremony at the Avedøre Power Station in Copenhagen, Denmark (photo courtesy Aker Carbon Capture).

Norway-headed pure-play carbon capture company Aker Carbon Capture AS and Denmark-headed renewable energy major Ørsted A/S have signed the contract to develop a large-scale carbon capture project for the Ørsted Kalundborg Hub in Denmark.

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Aker Carbon Capture will deliver five Just Catch units, additional equipment such as liquefaction systems, and temporary carbon dioxide (CO2) storage and on-/offloading facilities with an expected total contract value above EUR 200 million.

The carbon capture facilities will be delivered to Ørsted’s woodchip-fired Asnæs Power Station and the Avedøre Power Station’s straw-fired boiler, where today’s signing ceremony took place.

Combined, these facilities will have an installed design capture capacity of 500,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide CO2 per year.

Aker Carbon Capture announced on May 15, 2023, that it had been awarded a large-scale carbon capture project by Ørsted for its Ørsted Kalundborg Hub in Denmark.

This followed the 20-year contract award to Ørsted by the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) for its carbon capture and storage (CCS) project, which was officially signed on May 31, 2023, after the expiry of the mandatory standstill period.

The funding from the DEA will enable the realization of the first full-scale carbon capture and storage value chain in Denmark, delivered by Ørsted, Aker Carbon Capture, Microsoft, and Northern Lights.

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