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Plans for a blue hydrogen plant in the UK progress

Plans for a blue hydrogen plant in the UK progress

Energy exploration and production company Neptune Energy has inked a number of agreements to progress its plans to provide large-scale, low-cost blue hydrogen production in the UK.

Set to be located at the former Theddlethorpe Gas Terminal (TGT) in Lincolnshire, the proposed project, named DelpHYnus, would see a new plant, designed with carbon capture technology, built at the site to meet the power requirements to generate blue hydrogen.

Neptune announced earlier this week it has signed a deal with an unnamed organisation specialising in industrial gas generation for the development of the blue hydrogen plant.

Additionally, Neptune confirmed it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with industrial operations specialist PX Group, which will invest in and operate the power generation element of the plant at TGT.

There are plans for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) aspect to the project, with a new CO2 pipeline to be built from South Humber to TGT, in addition to an option for accommodating CO2 shipped from locations not served easily by pipelines.

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