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Technip Energies signs two MoUs to accelerate energy transition in Canada 

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Meenal Datar

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Green energy

Technip Energies has signed two separate MoUs: one with PCL Industrial Management, and another with Capital Engineering, to work on energy transition markets in Canada.  

Technip Energies will provide conceptual, front-end and detailed engineering, procurement, and technical capabilities with PCL leading constructability solutions, logistics evaluations, direct hire construction performance and execution solutions associated with hydrogen, ammonia, carbon capture, liquefaction, sustainable chemistry, and decarbonisation solutions developments throughout Canada. 

Technip Energies and Capital Engineering will work together to provide Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED), and Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) services.  

There will be a clear focus on the ongoing energy transition and the companies will investigate opportunities involving industrial projects in areas such as carbon capture, hydrogen developments, sustainable fuels, and overall energy transition developments. 

Chris Pullen, vice president and general manager for PCL Industrial Management says: ‘PCL has a longstanding relationship with Technip Energies. The complementary capabilities of our organizations mean we can offer Canadian clients solid EPC solutions. We match Technip Energies’ well-established expertise in engineering and technology with our own strong history of delivering industry-leading planning, project management, and execution to energy transition projects.’ 

Scott Martin, senior partner with Capital Engineering adds: ‘Capital is very excited to be jointly pursuing Canadian energy transition projects with Technip Energies. The combination of Technip Energies’ global expertise with Capital’s proven industry track record, knowledge of local requirements and Canadian project execution strategies provides a compelling offering to clients in this space.’ 

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