Energy company Equinor has awarded Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) contract for the H2H Saltend low carbon hydrogen project to Linde Engineering, in addition to an operation and maintenance service contract to BOC.
Having submitted proposals for FEED as part of a design competition, the Linde-owned companies will play a major role in supplying technology to the plant and providing maintenance.
According to Equinor, the H2H Saltend project is a 600-megawatt (MW) low carbon hydrogen production plant with carbon capture.
The plant design will harness Linde Engineering’s hydrogen and air separation technologies, to be combined with UK-based Johnson Matthey’s Low Carbon Hydrogen (LCH) technology.
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