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Boundary Dam Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage Demonstration Project

Boundary Dam Power Station Saskatchewan
The largest post-combustion CO2 capture and storage project in the world
Location: Canada
Operator: SaskPower Corporation
Duration: 2009 - 2013
Scope: FEED & EPC

Development of an Integrated CO2 capture system for one 150 MW boiler which is part of an existing 800 MW coal fired power plant.

The Boundary Dam power plant is SaskPower's chosen site for an integrated carbon capture and storage (ICCS) demonstration facility. SaskPower awarded three separate contracts to develop a FEED package and Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) proposal for such an installation. From this competition, Kent was selected as the EPC contractor in January 2010.

The scope of work involves design and construction of CO2 and SO2 capture plant with integration to defined power plant tie points including a Heat Rejection System and Compression Balance of Plant. Plant also includes a 60 t/d sulfuric acid plant to convert the capture of SO2.

The Boundary Dam ICCS project is currently the largest post-combustion CO2 capture and storage project in the world, with product CO2 to be utilized in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) applications.

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