Designing and Building Solutions to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The world is creating a sustainable future through the energy transition. Fluor’s expertise helps clients across industries select technology to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, improve energy efficiency and deliver cleaner, decarbonized projects.
Renewable Fuels & Chemicals
Fluor delivers renewable and biofuel projects, including bioethanol, biodiesel and sustainable aviation fuel. A chemicals EPC leader, Fluor helps clients produce green chemicals using renewable feedstocks and carbon-free energy while also minimizing waste through capital-efficient chemicals and plastic recycling.
Hydrogen is a versatile, clean energy carrier with no carbon emissions. Fluor helps clients produce all hydrogen types, including green hydrogen from renewably powered electrolysis or biomass gasification and blue hydrogen using carbon capture. Fluor also delivers storage and transportation solutions that address hydrogen’s unique considerations.
Clean Power & Energy Storage
Carbon-free, clean energy solutions like nuclear and renewable energy are vital to achieving net zero targets. Fluor designs and integrates a variety of clean power sources and energy storage solutions for clients’ facilities.
Battery Value Chain
As the global demand for batteries increases, so does the need to produce them sustainably. Spanning every link of the battery value chain, Fluor’s expertise reaches from raw material mining and battery chemical processing to manufacturing and recycling. Fluor’s work is expediting the expansion of battery technologies through safe, efficient systems.
With decades of experience in carbon capture, electrification and energy efficiency projects, Fluor is helping lead the energy transition and reduce greenhouse gas emissions for our clients’ and our own decarbonization initiatives.
Energy Transition News & Perspectives
Fluor Achieves Substantial Engineering Completion for Albemarle Lithium Conversion Project
Three Ways to Positively Impact Renewable Fuels Projects
Vegetable Oils or Wood Chips Could Help Fuel Your Next Plane Flight
3 reasons why the future of carbon capture looks promising (article on weforum.org)