Industry Type: Steel

H2H Saltend

March 1, 2023

H2H Saltend is Equinor’s flagship 600-megawatt low carbon hydrogen production plant with carbon capture, which offers to a 30% reduction in the Saltend Chemicals Park’s total current carbon emissions. The plan is backed by at least six local industrial operators who could potentially use this hydrogen to lower the carbon footprint of their processes and […]

South Wales Industrial Cluster

March 1, 2023

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 […]

Smeaheia

March 1, 2023

An expansion of Equinor’s CCS capacity, Smeaheia will offer CO2 storage “on a commercial basis” to industrial customers in the steel, cement, and heavy industry sectors. Equinor plans to offer Smeaheia’s CO2 storage services to companies across Europe as they have identified a growing demand for industrial solutions across Europe.

Ohio Hub

March 1, 2023

US Steel, Equinor and Shell are teaming up to create a collaborative carbon capture and hydrogen hub in the Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania region. Equinor and Shell plan to jointly apply for US Department of Energy funding designated for the creation of regional carbon capture and clean energy hubs to move forward. US Steel […]

3D Project

March 1, 2023

The objective of the ‘3D Project’ is threefold: demonstrate the effectiveness of the DMX process at pilot scale, implement the first industrial unit at ArcelorMittal’s site, and design a future Dunkirk North sea cluster. This cluster will be backed up by the transport and storage infrastructure developed in the North Sea by other projects such […]

Zero Carbon Humber (East Coast Cluster)

March 1, 2023

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. […]

Aramis

March 1, 2023

The Aramis project is a collaboration between Total Energies, Shell, EBN and Gasunie that aims to reduce the CO2 emissions of hard-to-abate industries in the Port of Rotterdam. It will do this by offering a decarbonisation solution for the industrial sectors by enabling the transport of CO₂ to depleted offshore gas fields under the North […]

CarbonConnectDelta

March 1, 2023

The Smart Delta Resources consortium aims to reduce CO2 emissions in North Sea Port, the Belgian-Dutch area covering the port of Ghent in Belgium and the ports of Terneuzen and Vlissingen in the Netherlands. The project aims to capture 1 million tonnes of CO2 annually from 2023, rising to 6.5 million tonnes by 2030. The […]

Zero Carbon Humber (East Coast Cluster)

October 24, 2022

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. […]