BP, Eni, Equinor, Shell and Total form consortium to develop Net Zero Teesside project


BP, Eni, Equinor, Shell, Total and BP have formed a consortium to accelerate the development of the Net Zero Teesside project, previously known as the Clean Gas Project.

All members of the OGCI Climate Investments, the six companies will work closely with the UK Government and local stakeholders to develop the Net Zero Teesside project to deliver the UK’s first zero carbon cluster.

The project will decarbonise local industry by building a transportation and storage system to gather industrial CO2, compress it and store it safely in a reservoir under the North Sea.

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