Construction of a biofuel plant, Port-Cartier Construction d’une usine de biocarburant, Port-Cartier

The project involves building a new biomass processing plant, capable of producing 40 million liters of liquid fuel annually. The process converts residual forest biomass into biofuel. The site chosen for the new plant is an existing sawmill d’Arbec, in Port-Cartier.

Client name
Bioénergie AE Côte-Nord
Total project cost
100 M$
Production method
Engineering-Procurement-Construction (EPC)
Région
Port-Cartier

 

Nature of services

  • Simultaneous engineering and construction with an integrated design approach
  • Design of preliminary and final plans and specifications for the entire project
  • Procurement and construction management
  • General contracting and construction management
  • Process equipment installation
  • Monitoring services
  • Quality control and assurance
    Inspection during construction
    Environmental monitoring
  • Commissioning

Quai Multiusager, Port de Sept-Iles Construction d’une usine de biocarburant, Port-Cartier

Project features

  • A green biomass storage sector
  • A continuous wood dryer with a capacity of 200 dry m.t. per day at 6% relative humidity.
  • A chemical plant including an indoor biofuel storage area
  • An administration building and prefabricated auxiliary buildings
  • Contaminated soils to manage

Quai Multiusager, Port de Sept-Iles Construction d’une usine de biocarburant, Port-Cartier

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