French energy major TotalEnergies and energy transition company Technip Energies have teamed up to decarbonise LNG plants and offshore facilities for the energy transition push.
The companies signed a technical cooperation agreement that aims to accelerate the energy transition.
Under the agreement, they will explore new concepts and technologies to cover LNG plants and offshore-type installations by relying on their respective expertise in the field.
The goal is to reduce the carbon footprint of existing facilities and greenfield projects in key areas, such as LNG production,
cryogeny, production, and use of hydrogen for power generation, or processes for carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS).
They will also qualify new architectures and equipment that will be developed in these areas as a part of the agreement.
Arnaud Breuillac, president exploration & production at TotalEnergies, said: “For TotalEnergies as a global LNG player, this collaboration brings opportunities to further innovate and strengthen our expertise in reducing GHG emissions, improving energy efficiency for our LNG and offshore assets, and developing innovative technologies such as hydrogen. It is in line with our company’s ambition to be Carbon Neutral by 2050.”
Arnaud Pieton, CEO of Technip Energies, added: “This agreement reflects our commitment to provide tangible and decarbonised solutions from the earliest concept to delivery and beyond.”