Air Products and ABP are working together on a new green energy terminal in the Port of Immingham. The terminal will be a key piece of national infrastructure.
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On the marine side, the terminal would comprise a new approach trestle and jetty infrastructure designed to service the handling of liquid bulk goods, principally green ammonia to begin with, with the potential to import and export others, including CO2, in the future. The green ammonia would then be stored on land in storage tanks and processed in hydrogen production units and liquefiers to create green hydrogen for onward transport to other parts of the UK. The project aligns closely with the aims of the UK Government towards net zero through the production and delivery of low carbon hydrogen. It would contribute to the decarbonisation of transport and directly supports Humber's levelling up agenda.
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