Phillips 66, Uniper and Vitol’s VPI Immingham enter MoU to develop decarbonisation project

Phillips 66, Uniper and VPI Immingham have unveiled plans to build a hybrid carbon capture and storage (CCS) and hydrogen production facility in the UK.

The Humber Zero project will decarbonise 8Mt per annum of CO2 emissions, with the potential to target 30Mt of CO2 emissions from the wider Humber Cluster to the west of Immingham.

Expected to be operational by the mid-2020s, the project will rapidly reduce the region’s industrial emissions through the decarbonisation of the Phillips 66 and the power plant, VPI Immingham, which serves it.

Post combustion capture on two of the three existing generators at VPI Immingham and selected processing units at the Humber refinery, will be combined with the development of a hydrogen hub producing green and blue hydrogen to serve the third generator and local industry.

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