The joint venture will manufacture hydrogen at Essar’s Stanlow Refinery in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, UK.
The contracts are for general site services and the provision of access, insulation and painting services.
Worley will provide commissioning support, direct hire maintenance, small capital construction, turnaround, engineering and consulting services at the newly constructed Complex in Alberta, Canada.
The separation is expected to be completed in 1Q21, subject to customary conditions and regulatory approvals.
The collaboration between the companies will include joint technology development and global technology licensing, enabling the partners to collaborate in commercialising Alterra’s proprietary thermochemical liquefaction technology in Europe.
The agreement aims at developing in cooperation the model which considers waste as a resource to produce advanced fuels, hydrogen, fertilizers and low carbon chemical products.
The company will focus on enhancing the resilience and competitiveness of the Sines industrial site.
Neste has said that it has successfully processed 400 t of liquefied plastic waste at its refinery in Finland this autumn.