Torrens Island CO2 Removal
GPA designed a high pressure, high temperature steam piping network, and pressure reduction station for a new carbon dioxide purification facility at AGL’s Torrens Island Power Station.
A key requirement was that the system needed to fit with AGL’s existing high pressure boiler systems, transporting gases to Air Liquide’s new facility.
GPA designed a:
- Duct system (to transport exhaust gases from four combustion systems to Air Liquide’s gas processing facility)
- HDPE and GRP pipeline
- Vertical turbine pumping system (to transport seawater to-and-from Air Liquide’s facility)
- Control system interface between the existing AGL and new Air Liquide plants
Detailed engineering work was required to deliver the fit-for-purpose designs, for the highly complex brownfield integration. GPA’s engineers demonstrated design proficiency for a variety of process conditions, fluids and material requirements. Advanced 3D surveying and data manipulation was also used to model existing infrastructure across large areas of the AGL power station.
GPA provided FEED and detailed engineering services for a new carbon dioxide purification facility at AGL’s Torrens Island Power Station.