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GE Energy and Bechtel to Build Polygeneration Facility in Canada

2:14 PM MDT | October 9, 2007 | CW Editorial Staff

GE Energy (Atlanta) and Bechtel Overseas Power say they have entered into an agreement with TransCanada (Alberta) to build a polygeneration facility at Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan, Canada. The facility is expected to use petroleum coke as feedstock to produce hydrogen, nitrogen, steam, and carbon dioxide for fertilizer production and enhanced oil recovery, and to generate approximately 300 megawatts of electricity, the companies say. Financial details were not disclosed. GE Energy and Bechtel have completed the first preliminary engineering step and will begin the...

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