Fugro secures a contract for Keadby 3

Fugro has been awarded a ground investigation contract for SSE Thermal and Equinor’s planned Keadby 3 Carbon Capture Power Station in North Lincolnshire.
When complete, Keadby 3 could become the UK’s first flexible power station equipped with carbon capture technology, capable of capturing up to 1.5 million tonnes of carbon annually. The acquired Geo-data will enable stakeholders to understand ground conditions and make informed decisions during the engineering, design and construction phases of this project.
With fieldwork underway, Fugro is performing a range of in-depth geotechnical assessments as well as in situ testing to deliver a comprehensive set of factual ground data at the Keadby 3 site. Fugro will further support the development of Keadby 3 with interpretative reporting for site specific engineering, allowing design and ground engineering specialists to solve or avoid engineering challenges, manage ground related risk, and associated project costs.

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