TechnipFMC has partnered with Petronas to commercialize an innovative natural gas processing membrane technology which is capable of reducing greenhouse has emissions. The technology is claimed to be 30 % more efficient than existing gas treatment processes and can be used in offshore as well as onshore hydrocarbon production environments.
EDP, Technip FMC along with a few research institutes have plans to develop a conceptual engineering and economic feasibility study for a new offshore system for green hydrogen production from offshore wind power. The project called ‘Behyond’ aims to produce hydrogen on a large scale by creating a concept that can be implemented across the globe.
Technip FMC has been awarded a significant integrated Engineering Procurement Construction and Installation (iEPCI) contract by NIpetco and Petro Amriya, two Joint Ventures between Energean and Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (Egas) and Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) for a subsea tieback located offshore Egypt on the North El Amriya and North Idku concession.
Technip FMC has been awarded an EPC contract by Assiut National Oil Processing Company for the construction of a new hydrocracking complex for the Assiut refinery in Egypt. The project is expected to support the national government’s Energy Transition strategy as well as reduce environmental emissions in the region.
Under the terms of the agreement, Technip FMC and Mc Phy will work together to develop hydrogen technology and address commercial opportunities. Technip FMC has also made an equity investment in Mc Phy.
Arnaud Pieton has been appointed as President and CEO-elect of Technip Energies. The company has also selected Jonathan Landes to be the President, Subsea. Both of them will be taking charge of their new responsibilities immediately.
Assiut National Oil Processing Company has awarded the project to construct a new hydrocracking complex for the Assiut refinery in Egypt. The new project is expected to transform lower-value petroleum products into 2.8 million tonnes per year of cleaner products.
Amidst the coronavirus pandemic and unfavourable market conditions, Technip FMC has decided not to go ahead with its planned separation into two different entities—Technip FMC and Technip Energies—until markets recover.
Technip FMC has secured an engineering, procurement and construction management services contract from Motor Oil Hellas for a new naphtha complex in Greece. The new naphtha project is expected to have a capacity of 22,000 barrels per day.