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BP signs deal with potential Teesside offtakers

H2 Teesside aims to begin blue hydrogen production in 2027, capturing and storing up to 2mn t/yr of CO₂

BP has signed agreements with four potential offtakers for H2 Teesside, its 1GW blue hydrogen plant. The project aims to begin production in 2027, capturing and storing 2mn t/yr CO₂ via the Northern Endurance Partnership (NEP) It forms a key part of the Net Zero Teesside (NZT) cluster—one of the clusters that will likely receive funding from the UK’s carbon capture and storage (CCS) financing programme. The offtakers are: CF Fertilisers, a producer of ammonia-based fertiliser ‎products; Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, a manufacturer of chemical products; Sembcorp Energy UK, the operator of a combined heat and power plant; and Alfanar, a materials firm that would use the hydrogen as a fee

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