CCS Project

Zero Carbon Humber

Zero Carbon Humber is a joint venture of companies to which aspire to decarbonize East Coast cluster (wider Humber region) which is the most carbon intensive industrial cluster in UK. The project aims to enable hydrogen economy, large-scale carbon capture and bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) that will result in the capture and store up to 8Mtpa of CO2 by 2030.
Project type:Storage Participants:Associated British Ports (ABP) British Steel Centrica Storage Ltd Drax Equinor INEOS Acetyls Mitsubishi Power National Grid Ventures px Group SSE Thermal Triton Power Uniper AMRC Velocys Country:United Kingdom Type of capture:Industrial Capture (multiple industrial sources) IOGP members involved: Equinor Planned start of operation: 2027 CO2 capacity at start date: 0 CO2 capacity after completion: 8 Status: Advanced Development Type of storage: Depleated Gas Field Funding and support scheme: National funding Info related to the funding and support scheme: Received GBP 12.7M (Mar 2021) for infrastructure components in Phase 2 of the UKRI Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF). The related Humber Industrial Cluster Plan also received ISCF Phase 2 funding of GBP 1.7M (Jan 2021) and Phase 1 funding of between GBP 40-120k (Apr 2020). Notes: Links: https://www.zerocarbonhumber.co.uk/https://www.zerocarbonhumber.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/HUMBER-DIGITAL-V4.6-reduced.pdfhttps://www.geos.ed.ac.uk/sccs/project-info/2735