Canadian engineering giant seizes opportunities to meet Kyoto protocol
SNC-Lavalin International of Montreal is doing an engineering and design study in the United Arab Emirates to find...
SNC-Lavalin International of Montreal is doing an engineering and design study in the United Arab Emirates to find the most suitable method of recovering carbon dioxide from boilers and steam reformers. The study is the latest in a series of contracts the company has won to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from industrial sources as required by the Kyoto Protocol. This study is for the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and is expected to last eight months.
John Hutchinson, general manager and senior vice president of SNC-Lavalin’s chemicals and petroleum unit said, “We are in an excellent position to meet the growing demands in this field, which will generate many capital projects in the years to come.”