Scottish Cluster set to support Thames Estuary decarbonisation by shipping CO2 emissions through Peterhead Port

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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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INEOS Grangemouth moves forward on the next phase of its journey to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2045, with further investment in excess of £1 billion

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INEOS and Petroineos at Grangemouth fully support the Scottish Government targets to reduce emissions to net zero by 2045 as part of a just transition to a low carbon economy. Today, it announces the next phase of its Road Map to deliver emissions savings of more than 60% across the site by 2030 as it…

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Acorn Project partners, Storegga, Shell U.K. and Harbour Energy, sign MoU with the owners of the SEGAL and FUKA gas terminals at St Fergus

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Milestone agreement shows momentum towards historic opportunity to decarbonise Scottish industrial cluster Storegga – through its wholly owned subsidiary Pale Blue Dot Energy -, Shell U.K. (“Shell”) and Harbour Energy (“Harbour”), the partners in the Acorn Project are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with two key industrial customers on…

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Acorn CCS project to partner with INEOS and Petroineos at Grangemouth to capture and store up to one million tonnes of CO2 by 2027

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Storegga, an independent UK company pioneering carbon reduction and removal for a net zero world and lead developer of the Acorn Carbon Capture and Storage (“CCS”) and Hydrogen Project in North East Scotland, is pleased to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with INEOS and Petroineos at Grangemouth to work together…

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Alliance agreement between the Acorn Project and Peterhead Carbon Capture Power Station

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The Acorn Project partners (PBD, Shell and Harbour), are pleased to announce an alliance with the new low-carbon power station being planned by SSE Thermal and Equinor in Peterhead, North East Scotland. The alliance will see the power station’s captured emissions piped into Acorn’s CO2 transport and storage infrastructure, making the newly announced Peterhead Carbon…

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