Foster Wheeler gets PMC contract Don Valley Power Project

Foster Wheeler gets PMC contract for Don Valley Power Project

9:29 PM, 31st January 2012
Foster Wheeler gets PMC contract for Don Valley Power Project
Jonathan Briggs, Managing Director, 2Co Power Ltd.

ZUG, SWITZERLAND: Foster Wheeler AG announced that a subsidiary of its Global Engineering and Construction Group has been awarded a project management consultancy (PMC) contract by 2Co Power (Yorkshire) Limited (2Co) for the Don Valley Power Project in Stainforth, Yorkshire, UK. The Don Valley Power Project is part of a carbon capture, utilisation and storage scheme being developed by 2Co, comprising a 900 MW installed capacity integrated coal gasification combined cycle power plant, CO2 transportation, and storage combined with enhanced oil recovery. 2Co expects the new plant to begin operation by end of 2016.

“The Don Valley Power Project is the UK’s most advanced and economic carbon capture and storage project. Foster Wheeler’s appointment will ensure we deliver this ground-breaking project on time to help create jobs, supply low carbon electricity to the region and help UK meet its ambitious energy security and national carbon reduction commitments,” said Jonathan Briggs, Managing Director, 2Co Power Ltd.

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