The value of the contract was booked at an undisclosed sum.

Under the terms of the contract, Jacobs will provide engineering and technical assistance services to support the installation of a large-scale carbon dioxide (CO2) capture plant for a combined heat and power (CHP) plant at the refinery.

The CHP plant is integrated with the refinery and includes fuel gas/electricity exchange with the Troll gas field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.

The scope of work includes individual call-off contracts which could include feasibility and concept studies, 3D modeling, interface coordination, detailed engineering and construction plans.

It also includes health, safety and environmental (HSE) management and HSE engineering activities, including a site-wide noise control strategy, and cost estimates.

Funding for the CCM project is provided by the Norwegian State and being undertaken by a joint venture between Gassnova and Statoil.

The project is planned to meet Norway’s rigorous standards for health, safety and environmental management.

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