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Valmet and Saipem to develop solutions for decarbonization of hard-to-abate industries

Valmet and Saipem have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to develop joint solutions to decarbonize the industrial sectors that face significant challenges in reducing their greenhouse gas emissions, also known as hard-to-abate industries.

The companies will collaborate to offer effective solutions combining Saipem's technologies for CO2 management with the heat recovery and flue gas treatment units engineered and produced by Valmet for the pulp, paper and energy segments, thus bringing integrated and flexible options to their customers in both existing and new facilities.

Both Saipem and Valmet are committed to supporting customers along their Net Zero journey and ensure effective end-to-end CO2 management for emission-intensive industries.

"Sustainability is at the core of Valmet's business strategy and operations. In our climate program − Forward to a carbon-neutral future − we have set ambitious targets as we believe that technology plays a key role in mitigating climate change and global warming in the transition to a carbon-neutral economy. We have already achieved our target of enabling carbon-neutral production for all our pulp and paper customers who have access to fossil-free energy sources. We are also continuously improving the energy efficiency of our current offering. Our collaboration with Saipem fully supports these targets, and we are proud to be part of this initiative," says Lari-Matti Kuvaja, Director, Environmental Systems, Pulp and Energy, Valmet.

Saipem is a global leader in the engineering and construction of major projects for the energy and infrastructure sectors, both offshore and onshore. The company has 9 fabrication yards and an offshore fleet of 29 construction vessels and 15 drilling rigs.

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