Shell Blue Hydrogen Process wins design contract for Humber H2ub


Energy company Uniper and Shell UK Limited (Shell UK) have awarded a process design package contract to Shell Catalysts & Technologies for the Humber H2ub project.

The deal – awarded following a formal selection process – could see the Shell Blue Hydrogen Process (SBHP) technology deployed at Uniper and Shell UK’s proposed project in the Humber, UK.

The project, Humber H2ub, will be a large-scale low carbon hydrogen production facility at Uniper’s Killingholme site. The planned development will include blue hydrogen production capability with a capacity of up to 720 megawatts (MW), using gas reformation technology with carbon capture and storage (CCS).

Two other companies are working on plant design proposals for the project, with the successful selection becoming the project’s preferred low-carbon hydrogen production

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