Work begins on trailblazing coal-fired power station in the US
Fluor has been selected to begin limited engineering for Tenaska’s Trailblazer Energy Center, a supercritical coal-fired plant development equipped with carbon capture technology in Sweetwater, Texas. The proposed facility is expected to be the first conventional commercial coal-fuelled power plant in the US to produce electricity while being designed to capture 85% to 90% of the carbon dioxide emissions and providing for its use in enhanced oil recovery and geologic storage. The plant’s advanced air quality control system will also minimise release of other emissions. (more…)
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