bp selects technology for one of UK’s largest blue hydrogen projects


Bp has chosen Johnson Matthey’s LCH technology for its H2Teesside project, which aims to be one of the UK’s largest low carbon (blue) hydrogen facilities.

Targeting 1.2GW (gigawatts) of hydrogen production by 2030, the project will help decarbonise industry in the Tees Valley, which accounts for 64% of total local carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, compared to 24% nationally.

The project is strategically placed near domestically sourced North Sea natural gas, established pipe corridors and planned carbon capture transport and storage infrastructure that is being developed by the bp-led Northern Endurance Partnership (NEP).

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