Acorn unlocks the
carbon capture and storage and hydrogen infrastructure essential for meeting our
Net Zero targets.
LOW CAPITAL COST CO2
of CO2 per year by 2030, starting with 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.
Nick Cooper (CEO of Storegga) on behalf of the Scottish Cluster said: “Whilst we are disappointed of the outcome of the sequencing bid, we remain convinced of the potential and significant advantages of the Scottish Cluster and are committed to the development of CCS to support decarbonisation of UK industry and power. We have been very clear…
Scottish Cluster set to support Thames Estuary decarbonisation by shipping CO2 emissions through Peterhead Port
The Acorn Project which provides the backbone CO2 transport and storage infrastructure for the Scottish Cluster, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with Project Cavendish (a collaboration between Arup, VPI, National Grid Ventures, Shell, SSE Thermal and Uniper). Project Cavendish aims to establish a 700MW low carbon hydrogen production facility based in the Thames…
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