Energy & Carbon Capture

Engineering & Fabrication for Carbon Capture plants

Slåttland is fabricating solutions for carbon capture projects. The oil, gas, and many other industries are raising knowledge and competence for a new age in energy technology and carbon capture (CCS).

Carbon Capture is the process of removing CO2 from these emission sources. The purpose of capturing carbon is to limit CO2 emissions into the atmosphere by capturing and storing it. Slåttland is a trusted partner for the fabrication of equipment for carbon capture.​
The greenhouse gas CO2 arises, among other things, due to the combustion of fossil fuels. It is also a result of various industrial processes. The smoke emitted from industrial plants, coal- and gas power plants worldwide contains significant CO2.

Slåttland Mek Industri AS will be an engineering, design, fabrication, and installation supplier of the carbon capture plant in Rakkestad

The plant in the Rakkestad project is dimensioned to capture 10,000 tonnes of CO2 per year. In the project, the company uses licensed technology from Shell, supplied by EPC supplier KANFA AS and their subcontractor Slåttland Mek Industri AS. Several other companies from the region will contribute during the implementation. The company has agreed with Linde Gas AS to supply liquefied CO₂ (link). (Carbon Centric)

Waste to Energy- CCS Pilot plant Klemetsrud in Oslo succeeded in capturing more than 95% of CO2». Slåttland is a partner in this pilot

Engineering & Fabrication for Offshore Wind and Hydrogen Storage

Slåttland is one of the proud partners in The Deep Purple offshore project. The consortium is lead by TechnipFMC and consists of leading industrial partners Vattenfall, Repsol, ABB, NEL, DNV GL, UMOE and Slåttland, and is further supported by academia, research companies and clusters.

Deep Purple uses offshore wind energy to produce hydrogen from seawater. The hydrogen can be stored subsea for later use to provide renewable energy on-demand. Deep Purple overcomes one of the challenges of storing energy generated from renewable sources.

Deploying these systems is critical to accelerating the energy transition.

Energy system management, electrolysers and fuel cells are located in the yellow device in the middle of the image. The hydrogen storage tanks are purple. Photo by TechnipFMC.

The Deep Purple project
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