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Kent Appointed as Lead Engineering Provider On V Net Zero Project In Humber Region For Harbour Energy

Kent has been awarded engineering work for the V Net Zero (VNZ) Project by Harbour Energy, the UK’s largest independent oil and gas company.

The project will store CO2 from the Immingham SuperPlace, located in the Humber region, the UK’s most energy-intensive industrial area, and could help decarbonise more than 50% of the area’s industrial emissions.

Kent’s scope includes process design, flow assurance, safety design, and structural engineering, for the V Net Zero pipeline systems and offshore infrastructure. It is a wide-ranging scope of pre-FEED engineering work that includes the repurposing of the LOGGS pipeline.

This new contract extends Kent’s long-running relationship with Harbour Energy as developer of the VNZ project.

Katy Barnes, Project Director at Kent, says: “I am delighted to be able to extend Kent’s long-running and close working relationship with Harbour Energy, providing multi-disciplined engineering to take the V Net Zero Project one step closer to reality.”

“It is a critical element of the UK’s energy transition plans abating emissions from the UK’s most energy-intensive region. Safe re-purposing of oil and gas infrastructure is also central to the future of the North Sea.”

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by archit chopra .

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