Equinor plans 'world-leading' hydrogen and carbon capture plant on Humberside

Cecilia Keating
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Final aim of Hydrogen to Humber Saltend project that proposes to bury captured carbon emissions under the sea is to expand a hydrogen network across the Humber that can drive the industrial region towards net zero.

Equinor has unveiled plans to build a "world-leading" facility at a chemicals park near Hull that would produce hydrogen from natural gas in combination with carbon capture and storage (CCS). The Norwegian...

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