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Harbour Energy and ABP join for CO2

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Harbour Energy and ABP join for CO2

Edinburgh-based oil and gas company Harbour Energy and Associated British Ports (ABP) has announced a commercial relationship to develop a CO2 import terminal at the Port of Immingham, UK. This will link to Harbour Energy’s Viking CCS (formerly V Net Zero), the CO2 transport and storage network. The terminal will provide a large-scale facility to connect CO2 emissions from industrial businesses around the UK to Viking CCS’s high-capacity CO2 storage sites in the southern North Sea.

This project will support the government’s plans to decarbonise industry and meet the UK’s net zero emissions targets.

Steve Cox, EVP HSES and global services of Harbour Energy, says: ‘We are delighted to welcome ABP as a partner to the Viking CCS network through their investment in the Port of Immingham.’

‘We look forward to working with Harbour Energy to deliver this project, which represents a critical step in further strengthening the Port of Immingham’s position at the epicentre of the UK decarbonisation agenda,’ adds Henrik Pedersen, CEO of ABP.

Construction is expected to begin in late 2024 and will be operational and ready to receive first cargoes of CO2 imports from as early as 2027. Its goal is to reduce UK emissions by 10 million tonnes per annum by 2030.

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