An industry-led project to remove up to 8 million tonnes of CO2 annually by the mid 2020s from the Immingham industrial site and create a low carbon future for the region.
Humber Zero is a project to decarbonise critical industry and safeguard local jobs in the wider Humber region
Backed by Vitol-owned VPI Immingham and The Phillips 66 Humber Refinery, Humber Zero is a carbon capture storage (CCS) project on the south bank of the Humber Estuary. It is a plan with large-scale impact, reducing national CO2 emissions, protecting local jobs and supporting the region’s economy.
Up to 8 MT/CO2
removed annually by the mid 2020s
1000 MWth of hydrogen
intended to power over a million homes with clean energy.
20,000 local jobs
potentially safeguarded in the Humber’s existing industry with opportunities to create new, highly skilled jobs.