Acorn unlocks the
carbon capture and storage and hydrogen infrastructure essential for meeting our
Net Zero targets.
A LOW CAPITAL COST START
tonnes per year
of existing CO2 emissions from the St Fergus gas terminal.
From St Fergus
of all natural gas used in the UK is processed at St Fergus. Natural gas supply is key to bulk hydrogen generation.
St Fergus in North East Scotland could be home to critical net zero infrastructure. Image Credit: Shell Pale Blue Dot, the lead developer of the Acorn carbon capture and storage and hydrogen project in Scotland warmly welcomes today’s announcement of a further investment in low carbon technology. Nick Cooper, CEO of Pale Blue Dot, said, …
The Hydrogen in Scotland report published in September 2020 summarises that Scotland could be producing 121 TWh of hydrogen by 2050 through a combination of hydrogen supplied from the reforming of natural gas with carbon capture and storage (blue hydrogen) and the electrolysis of water (green hydrogen). Acorn Hydrogen will initiate large scale hydrogen production…
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