BP is targeting 1GW of hydrogen production by 2030, the oil major revealed today (18th March) as it announced plans for what it says will be the UK’s largest blue hydrogen production facility.
Set to be located in Teesside in north east England, the proposed development, H2Teesside, would be a significant step in developing BP’s hydrogen business and would make a major contribution to the UK Government’s target of developing 5GW of hydrogen production by 2030.
The project would capture and send for storage up to two million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO₂) per year, equivalent to capturing the emissions from the heating of one million UK households.
BP said with close proximity to North Sea storage sites, pipe corridors and existing operational hydrogen storage and distribution capabilities, the area is uniquely placed to help lead a low carbon transformation, supporting jobs, regeneration and the revitalision of the surrounding area.
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