H2Teesside is bp’s world-scale hydrogen project that aims to produce 1GW of CCUS-enabled blue hydrogen and start-up in 2027. It will capture and send for storage up to 2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year via the Northern Endurance Partnership (NEP) – equivalent to capturing the emissions from the heating of one million UK households.
Teesside has all the attributes of a world-class low carbon hydrogen hub – the right natural resources, concentrated demand, hydrogen storage and pipelines, ample access to CCUS, and people with the skills that we need.
With the initial phase aiming to produce roughly 20% of the low carbon hydrogen production goal stated in the UK government’s 10 Point Plan for net zero, H2Teesside will supply a diverse range of customers, those already established in the region as well as new businesses attracted to this low carbon hydrogen produced at scale.
We are also developing the HyGreen Teesside project, to produce green hydrogen for use in various forms of transportation as well as industries to provide customers with choice, accessing the UK’s strong renewable energy potential.
Our extensive know-how in delivering complex projects and deep engineering and technical expertise, integrated with strong wind, trading, shipping and mobility businesses, means bp has not just the ambition to deliver first of its kind hydrogen production to the region, but also the ability and the experience to make it a reality.
bp brings over 100 years of operating experience and we are one of the largest producers of hydrogen in the world, safely and reliably generating and handling hydrogen and carbon dioxide at an industrial scale.
Industries in Teesside account for 5.6% of the UK’s industrial emissions and the region is home to five of the country’s top 25 emitters. This project aims to support jobs and to help regenerate the surrounding area, bolstered by local engagement with the communities – like vocational training and university outreach – to establish the region as a low carbon hydrogen centre of excellence.
We are keen to work with local suppliers.
Register your early interest here. If your services are of interest we’ll get in touch to arrange a meeting.
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