Atlas Hub

Posted by

The Atlas Carbon Sequestration Hub would service Alberta’s industrial heartland region, east of Edmonton, providing permanent subsurface carbon storage for industrial users, in an open access “hub” format. The Atlas Hub would be anchored by CO2 volumes from the proposed Shell Polaris carbon capture project and the ATCO-Suncor clean hydrogen project and will build on the success of Shell’s previous Quest project that has stored seven million tonnes of CO2 since 2015. A final investment decision is expected in 2023.

South Wales Industrial Cluster

Posted by

South Wales is the second biggest industrial and power emitter of carbon in the UK, with over 16 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per annum. Around 90% of those emissions are produced by 3 companies – all of which are involved in the South Wales Industrial Cluster. The cluster is jointly funded by project partners and Innovate UK, supporting the initial phases of project development up to FEED studies.

BP Gulf Coast CCS Hub

Posted by

bp and Linde have announced plans to advance a major CCS project in Texas that will enable low carbon hydrogen production at Linde’s existing facilities. The development will also support the storage of CO2 captured from other industrial facilities – paving the way for large-scale decarbonization of the Texas Gulf Coast industrial corridor. As part of the project, bp will appraise, develop and permit the geological storage sites for permanent sequestration of the CO2

Zero Carbon Humber (East Coast Cluster)

Posted by

Zero Carbon Humber is a large-scale project aiming to deliver carbon capture capacity, together with region-wide infrastructure that will enable large-scale decarbonisation across the country’s most carbon intensive region. The companies that are planning to utilise this infrastructure and capture CO2 at industrial sites of Drax, Equinor, Mitsubishi Power, SSE Thermal, Triton Power and UNIPER. Zero Carbon Humber is a part of the East Coast Cluster, which also includes the Net Zero Teesside consortium and the Northern Endurance Partnership.

Net Zero Teesside (East Coast Cluster)

Posted by

Net Zero Teesside is a collection of industrial, power and hydrogen businesses which aim to decarbonise their operations through the deployment of carbon capture utilisation and storage. The companies that are planning to utilise this infrastructure and capture CO2 at their sites include NZT Power, BOC, CF Fertiliser, Kellas, bp, Suez and Whitetail, and are among the companies behind the 14 projects within the East Coast Cluster in Teesside that have been shortlisted to proceed to a due diligence stage. Net Zero Teesside is a part of the East Coast Cluster, which also includes the Zero Carbon Humber consortium and the Northern Endurance Partnership.

Acorn Project

Posted by

The Acorn Project is a carbon capture and storage project specifically designed to overcome one of the acknowledged blockers to CCS deployment in the UK – the high capital costs involved in getting started. Based at the St Fergus gas terminal in Northeast Scotland, Acorn CCS can repurpose existing gas pipelines to take CO2 directly to the Acorn CO2 Storage Site. With this important pipeline infrastructure already in place, Acorn CCS can get started using existing CO2 emissions– captured directly from the gas processing units at the St Fergus gas terminal.

Porthos

Posted by

Porthos is developing a project to transport CO₂ from industry in the Port of Rotterdam and store this in empty gas fields under the North Sea. The CO2 will be captured from the facilities of ExxonMobil, Shell, Air Liquide, Air Products and will be supplied to a collective pipeline running through the Rotterdam port area. Porthos will store around 37 Mt CO2, approximately 2.5 Mt CO2 per year for 15 years.

Ravenna Hub

Posted by

The Ravenna CCS project, pioneered by ENI, plans to construct the first CCS infrastructure in the Mediterranean. The project is located in the Ravenna region and initially the carbon captured will be from ENI’s hydrogen plant and power generation units. Initially, the project will capture 4 Mtpa of CO2 which will be stored offshore in depleted gas reservoirs. However, there are plans to increase the capture capacity and open the network up to other local emitters, leading to a potential storage capacity of 10 Mtpa of CO2.

Antwerp @C

Posted by

Antwerp@C is a project led by a consortium of 8 parties involved in the chemical and energy sector which aims to reduce the carbon emissions of the Port of Antwerp by 50% through the creation of a common CO2 infrastructure. Engineering studies for the project were funded by a Connecting Europe Facility grant and the final investment decision is expected at the end of 2022.

HyNet

Posted by

HyNet is an ambitious project in the Northwest of England which aims to provide the infrastructure for both low carbon hydrogen production and CCS. Various members of the consortium are involved in different aspects of the project such as hydrogen production (Essar, Vertex), hydrogen transportation (Cadent), hydrogen storage (Inovyn), CO2 transport and CO2 sequestration (ENI). The infrastructure HyNet provides will enable a number of industrial emitter in the area to decarbonise by storing 4.5 Mtpa of CO2 by 2025, scaling to 10 Mtpa by 2030.

Add Me To Your Mailing List

Please complete the form below and we will keep you updated as the event progresses.



Send Me The Agenda

Please complete the form below and we will send you a copy of the agenda as soon as it is ready.