As one of the UK’s largest low carbon hydrogen production facilities, H2Teesside aims to bring jobs, customers, and investment to Teesside.
The UK has been bp’s home for more than a century. In that time, we‘ve helped provide the country with the energy it needs to run. As one of the UK’s largest businesses, our activities touch large parts of the UK.
To deliver on our purpose and reimagine energy for people and our planet, bp has set out an ambition to become a net zero company by 2050, or sooner, and help the world get to net zero. This means transforming from an international oil company, focused on producing resources, to an integrated energy company, providing energy solutions to customers.
bp is already an established global hydrogen leader. As one of the largest producers of hydrogen in the world through its refinery business, bp has expertise across the hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) ecosystem - covering blue and green hydrogen production, renewables generation, and mobility - and is committed to championing a hydrogen ecosystem in the UK.
We believe hydrogen will be a key part of the energy transition. It is a vital industrial decarbonisation solution and together with carbon capture and storage, which can play a critical role in securely and safely storing the vast majority of CO₂ emissions produced by heavy industry, will be critical to delivering net zero.
ADNOC is one of the world's leading energy producers with a diversified product portfolio ranging from traditional to new energies. A primary catalyst for the growth and diversification of the UAE and Abu Dhabi economy, the company operates across the entire energy value chain with a network of fully-integrated businesses for exploration, production, storage, refining, petrochemicals, logistics and trading, as well as the development of a wide range of clean and new energies products.
ADNOC is already a major producer of over 300,000 tonnes of hydrogen per year, used largely for industrial purposes in its downstream facilities. In May 2021, ADNOC announced a world-scale one-million-tonnes-per-year low-carbon ammonia production facility at the new TA’ZIZ Industrial Chemicals Zone, targeting start-up in 2025. The company already produces low-carbon ammonia and has sent demonstration cargoes to Japan, South Korea and Germany for customers to test its application.
Building on its experience and infrastructure; carbon capture, utilization and storge expertise and relations with energy customers globally, ADNOC aims to be one of the lowest-cost and largest producers of low-carbon hydrogen in the world – working closely with customers and partners to develop new markets for clean hydrogen and its derivatives and supporting others on their decarbonisation journeys.
ADNOC is redoubling its decarbonization ambition by investing in Masdar, creating a global clean energy powerhouse that consolidates the renewable energy and renewable hydrogen efforts of TAQA, Mubadala and ADNOC. This strategic partnership will place the UAE at the forefront of the energy transition and has laid the groundwork for ADNOC to become a world leader in renewable – also known as “green” – hydrogen.
Work with us: Suppliers, we want to maximise local content in the procurement approach, benefiting the North East of England. If your services are of interest, our teams will get in touch to arrange a meeting.