bp has inked a series of new potential customer agreements for its proposed clean hydrogen production facility in Teesside, Northeast England, which could produce up to 1GW of blue hydrogen by 2030.
CF Fertilisers, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation and Sembcorp Energy UK have today (August 5) been unveiled as the new potential customers and will both support and accelerate the development of the Teeside hydrogen cluster, along with decarbonisation efforts.
In addition to the three above Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs), bp has also signed another agreement with alfanar, through which bp will look to supply alfanar’s waste-to-sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) plant with hydrogen.
On the deals, Louise Jacobsen Plutt, bp’s Senior Vice-President of Hydrogen and CCUS, added, “Today’s announcement demonstrates the diverse range of companies and industries that can benefit from clean hydrogen.
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