TenneT, Hitachi Energy/Petrofac, top delegates of the transmission system operator collaboration, and the three consortium associations GE/Sembcorp (SMOP), GE/McDermott, and Siemens Energy/Dragados officially contracted the contracts in Berlin to seal Europe’s biggest-ever tender award for energy transition infrastructure. The total volume of the contracts for the materials of the 14 systems amounts to roughly €30 billion. The outcome will be a transmitting potential of offshore wind energy in the German and Dutch North Sea that will produce as much electricity as 28 large-scale power plants.
Lummus Global (CLG), lummus Technology’s Green Circle and Chevron declared the unification of multiple technologies from their portfolios for usage in the circular economy. The partners will utilize an amalgamation of the Lummus New Hope Energy plastic pyrolysis technology, CLG’s ISOCONVERSION technology, and Lummus’ steam cracking technology to give operators the skill to generate steam cracker products in large quantities from hydroprocessed mixed-trash plastic pyrolysis oil.
Author Credits: Payel Roy, Dhruv Bhatia