INEOS awards Atkins hydrogen plant design contract at Grangemouth

INEOS has awarded Atkins a contract to design its low carbon hydrogen plant at Grangemouth, Scotland.

The plant, expected to be operational by 2030, will further reduce emissions from the site by 1Mtpa as the site targets net zero by 2045.

Colin Pritchard, Sustainability Director at INEOS Grangemouth, said, “The construction of our hydrogen plant is a vital component to delivering our net zero road map at Grangemouth and an enabler for others to reduce their footprints too. Alongside our support and active involvement in the Scottish Cluster (Carbon Capture and Storage) and the Forth Green Freeport, INEOS is at the forefront of actions and investments to reduce carbon emissions in Central Scotland.”

INEOS has already committed over £500m on active projects across the site including investment in a New Energy Plant which is due to commission in late 2023.

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