From 2027, carbon dioxide captured on the South Humber Bank will be permanently stored in depleted gas reservoirs 9,000ft below the North Sea.

The V Net Zero Humber Cluster will have a significant impact on carbon emissions in the Humber industrial area and will provide a major contribution to the UK’s Net Zero targets.

Across the UK, carbon capture and storage (CCS) clusters are engaged in a process with the Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) that will ultimately launch a Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS) industry – deploying CCUS at scale in two of the UK’s industrial clusters by the mid-2020s, and a further two by 2030. This new industry is critical to meeting the UK’s Net Zero and Carbon Budget 6 targets and will deliver valuable technology-led jobs to the UK economy.

The V Net Zero Humber Cluster is one of the clusters engaged in the BEIS process. We are on track and progressing towards first capture and storage from 2027.

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Together, we have a long operating history in the Humber and Greater Lincolnshire area, with a proud record of working with the local community to ensure safe and environmentally sustainable operations.

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