CO2 Capture and Storage Design Project

Air Liquide and BASF want to capture and store the CO2 of five factories at the BASF site in Antwerp. Dynaflow was requested to perform a feasibility of the CO2 transport line that takes the CO2 from the five factories at the BASF site and transports it outside the BASF terrain for subsea storage.

The line includes above and below ground sections and runs over several existing pipe bridges. Dynaflow managed to provide BASF with an acceptable piping design that overcomes the various challenging design issues such the accommodation of the emergency shutdown cooling scenario as well as the settlement that naturally occurs in the area.

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