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Planning application for Humberside Ammonia plant

Initially a conduit for the import of green ammonia (NH3) from NEOM in Saudi Arabia to be converted to green hydrogen and would see ammonia imported for port-centric hydrogen production, with carbon also shipped in for storage.

 

The jetty and topside infrastructure (including the associated pipework on the jetty) would comprise the NSIP (i.e. the principal development). The pipeline and site areas for the transfer, storage and processing of the ammonia would comprise associated development for the purpose of the PA2008.

 

 

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