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Building a consortium to develop a new pulverized coal plant with post-combustion carbon capture

1st May 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 capture

The development of a complex project such as the Trailblazer project requires the selection, relationship management and coordination of a diverse consortium, including: developers, equity partners, engineering, procurement and construction contractors, operations and maintenance contractors, fuel suppliers, fuel transporters, water suppliers, power purchaser, carbon dioxide purchaser, Local, State and Federal Governments and lenders. The report discusses the factors considered in Tenaska’s approach to building and managing the consortium required to develop, construct and operate the project.

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Building a consortium to develop a new pulverized coal plant with post-combustion carbon capture

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