Bilton Welding and Manufacturing will design and fabricate the wet CO2 inlet separator vessel for the Alberta carbon trunk line project (ACTL) in Canada.

The inlet separator vessel will be used for two phase CO2 separation.

On completion, the vessel will receive an inlet feed that has CO2 gas commingled with water that will allow the space and time for the CO2 gas to separate from liquids.

The ACTL is a commercial carbon capture and storage project that will focus on reducing environmental impacts, while being economically beneficial.

Bilton will provide energy equipment for the fabrication, expected to be complete in eight to ten months.