Five European oil majors are jointly collaborating with National Grid on a major infrastructure plan to transport carbon dioxide captured from heavy industry and bury it under the North Sea, as part of a project they claim holds the potential to almost cut the UK’s industrial emissions in half. BP, Eni, Equinor, Shell and Total and National Grid confirmed yesterday that they had formed a joint alliance and submitted a bid for government funding for a project that will shuttle carbon emissions captured from the Teesside and Humber industrial hubs to the Endurance, a porus rock aquifer beneath the seabed.
Business Green 27th Oct 2020 read more »
A group of businesses including BP, Shell and the National Grid have formed the Northern Endurance Partnership (NEP), which is aiming to develop carbon transportation and storage infrastructure in the North Sea to assist with plans to decarbonise the UK’s industrial clusters.
Edie 27th Oct 2020 read more »