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Carbon Capture and Storage Project

BPT has recently supported a design for a post combustion Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) system. The system is planned to be installed onboard transportation ships capturing carbon emission from the exhaust by applying a unique process facility.

“The future in the energy sector has challenges to be solved with lowering the greenhouse gases related to fossil fuels and phasing in more sustainable new energy sources - hand in hand balancing welfare and living standard with sustainable and reliable supplies of energy. BPT is pleased to support the development of new technologies like in this CCU project, making a positive effect on the carbon footprint”, states an official BPT spokesperson.

The study's goals were to validate and improve the system design, minimize energy consumption and efficiently handle the challenges with ship movements. The system was optimized whilst ensuring that a robust liquid phase equilibrium reserve is always maintained.

BPT process and column specialists used advanced simulation tools and process design knowledge to solve the study objectives in close collaboration with the CCS supplier.

Billington Process Technology (BPT) is an independent digital solution, simulation and service company with Headquarter outside Oslo, Norway. BPT has unique domain knowledge within production and process facilities. We are world-class users of process simulators, and among the specialties are compressor design as well as process safety. The BPT Digital Production Twin includes an unmatched solution for holistic sensor-correction providing invaluable data fundament for a number of advanced digital applications (ala machine learning) as well as calibrated steady-state and dynamic simulators for efficient production optimization. BPT is a frontrunner in modernizing field development approach together with innovating oil companies. A BPT specialty is to apply integrated multiphase flow and dynamic process simulators throughout the field development, commissioning, and life of field to validate and improve design as well as troubleshoot and perform production optimization.

For more information about this press release, please contact the Knut Erik Spilling (