We believe one of the safest and most efficient storage locations is offshore,
where the carbon can be maintained in naturally occurring reservoirs. To get it
there safely, reliably and efficiently, we will offer a fully integrated carbon
transportation and storage system. Our scope will begin at the central
gathering station, where the CO2 will be compressed and monitored throughout
the process and will end at the injection well.
Our goal is to be a key enabler of the offshore renewable industry. To get there, we will leverage our subsea and surface expertise and continue collaborating with energy companies and technology providers to bring to market innovative solutions that are best-suited for offshore application.
The capture (of greenhouse gasses) industry is maturing, but two important questions remain: Where are we going to store it? And how will we get it there?
CO2 Transportation & Storage
Eventually, we are able to capture greenhouse gasses. But where are we going to store it? And how will we get it there? We believe one of the safest and most efficient storage locations is offshore!
CO2 Transportation & Storage
Market projections makes floating wind a natural opportunity for our company. First, the skills needed to develop these large infrastructure projects are closely aligned to our track record in subsea. Second, we are exploring new technologies that could benefit from our standardization mindset to bring scalability. And third, we are leveraging our extensive experience in project integration - perhaps our strongest point of differentiation. We see strong integration potential across offshore renewable markets. For example, by combining wind and wave, or wind and hydrogen (as in Deep Purple TM), we could maximize energy generation and efficiency.
Ocean wind as an energy source has become well established over the last decade and is now the lowest cost energy source in some countries. This industry is built on bottom-fixed wind turbines that are typically installed in shallow waters and close to shore. We are focused on floating wind applications instead. We contributed to one of the two first floating wind projects ever; Equinor’s Hywind project in Scotland.
We aspire to position TechnipFMC as the leader of the floating renewables industry. And by that, we mean both floating wind-, wave- and tidal powerplants. First off is offshore wind energy production.
Deep Purple™ is our first step into the future of offshore energy. It is an ambitious solution for integrating renewable energy with hydrogen to form a complete, zero-emission offshore energy system. It can be configured to a specific energy demand and application, and includes power generation, seawater treatment, electrolysis,
hydrogen storage and re-electrification.
Hydrogen will without doubt play a very important role in bringing reliability, stability, and efficiency to renewable sources. In simple terms, green hydrogen is produced through the electrolysis of water powered by renewable energy. It can be used for the decarbonization of heavy industry, domestic heating, the transportation sector, or converted to other zero-emission fuels.
We believe hydrogen will become a crucial energy carrier for the
storage and transportation of energy.
Hydrogen - Deep Purple™