'Humber Zero': Total, Phillips 66, and Vitol ink agreement to pursue hybrid CCUS and hydrogen production plans

Cecilia Keating
1240MW VPI Immingham is one of Europe's largest CHP plants. Credit: Vitol

1240MW VPI Immingham is one of Europe's largest CHP plants. Credit: Vitol

Project will come online in 2025 and capture eight million metric tonnes (Mt) of carbon dioxide emissions initially, with the potential to target 30Mt later, the partners said.

Proposals for the world's first zero carbon industrial cluster in the Humber region received a boost this week after Phillips 66, Uniper, and Vitol-owned power plant VPI Immingham entered into a memorandum...

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