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Carbon Capture Storage and Utilisation (CCUS)

EverLoNG Project

The EverLoNG project has moved forward to the next stage of its development, recently securing £2.8m (€3.4m) of funding to decarbonise the maritime sector.

The project aims to encourage the uptake of ship-based carbon capture (SBCC) by demonstrating its use on board LNG-fuelled ships, moving it closer to market readiness.

As part of the advisory board, ASCO is looking forward to supporting the team as they consider how best to integrate this technology into existing ship and port infrastructure.

EverLoNG Project

Acorn Project

ASCO is supporting the Acorn Project, an ambitious climate mitigation programme to establish carbon capture, storage and hydrogen infrastructure in the North-East of Scotland.

The project will be initiated with a natural gas supply from the St Fergus area, feeding a 200MW reformer to produce 1.6 TWh of hydrogen per year, starting at the end of 2025. This will be the first phase of Acorn Hydrogen, with the Acorn Project aiming to develop additional hydrogen capacity.

The Acorn Hydrogen development is preceded by the Acorn CCS Project, which will provide the route to permanently sequester CO2 emissions generated from reformation of natural gas into hydrogen.

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