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Stanlow Terminals and Eni UK sign a MoU

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Molly Cooper

Journalist at Tank Storage Magazine.

Independent bulk liquid storage provider, Stanlow Terminals has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the UK subsidiary of global energy company, Eni UK.

The MoU is to explore the development of CO2 collection, shipping and storage at the Stanlow Terminal location and then delivering the received CO2 into Eni UK’s carbon transport and storage Birds eye view of tank terminalinfrastructures currently being developed in the north west region of the UK.

Stanlow Terminals and Eni UK will evaluate opportunities to establish an open-access CO2 transport and storage terminal which will be capable of receiving, gathering and storing CO2 from industrial emitters and other sources via shipping.

The objective is to ultimately connect multiple emitters with Eni UK’s licenced storage location through an open access system, facilitating the future sequestration of substantial volumes of CO2.

This will play a significant role in the expansion of CCS infrastructure, by offering feasible and flexible routes between sources and storage sites.

The agreement follows Stanlow Terminal’s announcement of plans to also develop open access green ammonia facilities on the River Mersey.

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