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Chart Industries and C.A.T. Group ink MoU

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Chart Industries Inc. and C.A.T. Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to bring carbon capture solutions to customers in the Middle East and Africa. The MOU focuses on the two companies bringing Chart’s carbon capture solutions to their customers in these regions, with special focus on the state-owned companies and energy companies. With the combination of C.A.T. and Chart, customers can be provided with an optimised turn-key solution.

Chart’s expertise and ability to provide solutions in various liquefaction and/or refrigeration processes and equipment technologies, carbon capture process technologies, carbon dioxide storage tanks, trailers, vaporisers and other associated equipment couples well with C.A.T. Group’s broad customer relationships in the Middle East and Africa as well as the company’s decades-long project prime contractor experience.

“We are pleased to partner with C.A.T., a well-respected global contracting leader, with specific focus on the energy transition,” stated Jill Evanko, Chart’s CEO and President. “We anticipate that our companies’ complementary strategies for bringing carbon capture technologies and full project solutions will accelerate customers’ decisions on their clean energy actions, in particular in the Middle East and Africa where carbon capture is a natural piece of the move to more sustainable answers.”

“C.A.T. Group is excited to partner with Chart Industries,” said Joe Gebara the Group CEO. “Chart’s technology, equipment and services are well respected in the LNG and carbon capture domains, and jointly we will bring complete solutions in the Energy Transition to our clients in the Middle East and Africa.”

Read the article online at: https://www.tanksterminals.com/storage-tanks/20092022/chart-industries-and-cat-group-ink-mou/

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