Ausenco is selected by Fortescue to perform evaluation services

Ausenco is selected by Fortescue to perform evaluation services
Ausenco is selected by Fortescue to perform evaluation services

environmental in potential project green hydrogen and green ammonia in Canada

Fortescue Coyote Project is located in the province of British Columbia in Canada and intends to produce green hydrogen and green ammonia from 100% sources renewable.

Fortescue’s Coyote project aims to produce green hydrogen and green ammonia from 100% renewable sources. Green hydrogen and green ammonia will be exported or used to reduce fossil fuel consumption and support national and global emissions reduction targets. Ausenco will carry out the environmental and social baseline studies, as well as direct the preparation of an Environmental Assessment (EA) request for the project in question.

The scope of service includes defining baseline conditions, predicting and evaluating potential project impacts, developing appropriate mitigation measures, and preparing regulatory submissions. Ausenco will work collaboratively with Lheidli T’enneh Environmental Consulting (LTNE) – a partnership between the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation and Environmental Dynamics Inc. – to develop a meaningful and integrative EA.

“We are delighted to be collaborating with Fortescue on this innovative development,” said Sarah Bowie, Ausenco Lead in charge of the EA. “Our strategic approach, together with our experienced team of experts, will equip Fortescue with the resources necessary to navigate regulatory requirements efficiently and cost-effectively.”

Importantly, Ausenco’s proposed project approach incorporates strategic approval planning, proactive team alignment, and customer-focused project management.

About Project Coyote

Located in the Willow Cale industrial park, approximately 12.5 km from the center of Prince George (British Columbia, Canada), the project is located on the traditional unceded territory of the Lheidli T’enneh Nation, which highlights the importance of establishing strong relationships with indigenous communities.

The project foresees an annual capacity of about 140,000 tons of green hydrogen and 700,000 tons of green ammonia. Additionally, it will support more than 2,000 direct and indirect jobs during the construction and operational life of the facility in northern British Columbia, underscoring its significant economic impact on the Canadian region.

About Ausenco

Ausenco is a global company redefining what is possible. Our team is located in 26 offices in 15 countries, with projects around the world. Combining our deep technical knowledge with a 30-year track record, we provide innovative and quality services.

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