SG H2 Lancaster

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SG H2 Energy, Iwatani, and the City of Lancaster are working together to launch a large scale renewable hydrogen facility in Calfornia. The plant will feature SGH2’s gasification technology, which uses biogenic waste, biomass and recycled water to produce carbon negative hydrogen. It will have the capacity to generate 3.8 million kg of green hydrogen per year, representing 40,000 tonnes of processed waste.

Baytown Refinery

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ExxonMobil is planning a world-scale “blue” hydrogen plant at its Baytown, Texas, integrated refining and petrochemical complex. The low-carbon produced will allow the decarbonisation of operations at the site, mitigating approximately 10 Mtpa of CO2. The project would form ExxonMobil’s initial contribution to a broad, cross-industry effort to establish a Houston carbon capture and storage hub with an initial target of about 50 million metric tons of CO2 per year by 2030, and 100 million metric tons by 2040. A final investment decision is expected in 2024-2025.

ATCO Suncor Hydrogen

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Two Canadian companies, Suncor Energy and ATCO Ltd., are collaborating on the early-stage design and engineering for a potential clean hydrogen project with a capacity of 300,000 tonnes per annum. Suncor and ATCO expect to make a final investment decision in 2024 and, if finalised, the project could be operational by 2028. Approximately 65% of the produced hydrogen would be used in refining processes and approximately 20% will be blended into the Alberta natural gas grid. The project is a major part of the planned Atlas carbon capture hub and will provide CO2 volumes for storage.

H2Morrow

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H2morrow represents a joint venture between Equinor and OGE to construct a blue hydrogen plant in mainland Europe. Equinor will supply natural gas through a pipeline which will be reformed in Germany to produce hydrogen. The CO2 produced in this process will be captured and returned to Norway through another pipeline for storage.

8RH2

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8 Rivers Capital has been awarded $1.4 million in funding from the Department of Energy to support a pre-FEED study for a new hydrogen production plant equipped with 8RH2 technology. The hydrogen plant will create 100 million standard cubic feet of pure hydrogen per day while capturing 90-99 percent of carbon dioxide emissions at a low cost. The CO2 will be transported and stored at the Painter Reservoir Gas Complex in Evanston, Wyoming, and the hydrogen will be processed into ammonia for rail export to California.

Air Products Clean Energy Complex

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Air Products’ blue hydrogen energy complex will supply blue hydrogen for Air Products’ pipeline customers in the U.S. Gulf Coast and blue ammonia for global hydrogen markets. Approximately 95% of the CO2 generated at the facility will be captured, compressed, and transported safely by pipeline to multiple inland sequestration sites located along a pipeline corridor extending up to 35 miles to the east of the new production facility. Over 5 million MTPY of CO2 will be permanently sequestered in geologic pore space secured from the State of Louisiana approximately one mile beneath the surface.

Polaris CCS Project

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The proposed Polaris CCS project would capture CO2 from the Shell-owned Scotford refinery and chemicals plant. The Polaris CCS will take learnings from the Quest CCS facility at Scotford, which has successfully captured and safely stored more than seven million tonnes of CO2 since it began operation in 2015.”

Wabash CCS

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The Wabash CCS project is located at Wabash Valley Resources’ plant in Indiana. Wabash Valley Resources is an affiliate of the independent commodity merchant company Phibro LLC and is producing hydrogen and ammonia fertilizer. It aims to capture and sequester up to 1.65 million tons of carbon dioxide annually using Honeywell’s capture technology and to produce clean hydrogen energy from a repurposed gasification plant

Preem Lysekil Refinery

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A test site facility is currently in operation at Preem’s refinery in Lysekil with the aim of paving the way for a full-scale CCS plant that can be operational by 2025. The plant will capture CO2 from a hydrogen production facility in the refinery which is used in the treatment of crude products. The Swedish Energy Agency and the Norwegian research and development program CLIMIT have contributed to the project with funding alongside that of the consortium.

Acorn Hydrogen

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The Acorn Hydrogen project reforms North Sea natural gas into clean hydrogen, with CO2 emissions safely mitigated through the Acorn CCS infrastructure. The first phase 200-Megawatt hydrogen plant aims to reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 400,000 tonnes per year. Genesis Energies completed the engineering contract for the concept evaluation stage of the project.

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