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March 2021

Carbon capture

For more than four decades, B&W has remained at the forefront of carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technology research, development and demonstration. This includes successful testing ofthree carbon capture technologies applicable to a wide range of fuels and processes.

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Trained to sustain

The United Nation's 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda includes 17 goals and an urgent call-to action for a global partnership towards a common purpose.

Sustainability is and always has been what drives our technology innovations.We are committed to doing our part for today, tomorrow and future generations.

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Spring inspection, plant protection



Adding a few steps to your spring plan can add some spring to your step, knowing you may have prevented costly unplanned repairs.This season, our experienced Service Engineers can inspect and perform a condition assessment during your spring outage to help determine your equipment’s remaining useful life. These condition assessments are important to your equipment’s continued reliability and personnel safety.

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Financial results announced

Earlier this month, B&W announced fourth quarter and full year 2020 financial results. "Our results ... reflect the ongoing positive impact of our strategic actions, cost savings initiatives, and strong management and operational effectiveness, despite the impacts of COVID-19 across our segments, and we are confident in our ability to achieve our previously stated adjusted EBITDA targets of $70-$80 million and $95-$105 million, in 2021 and 2022, respectively," said Kenneth Young, B&W's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

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Did you know?

B&W was contracted to build the water pipe, or penstock system, for the Hoover Dam in 1932 (Nevada, USA).Due to their immense size, the penstocks could not be shipped by rail, so B&W built a fabricating plant nearby. Upon the dam's completion, it was often called the eighth wonder of the world.