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    INEOS unveils plans for low-carbon hydrogen maufacturing plant

    January 27, 2022 - NICHOLAS EARL


      BRITISH chemical specialists INEOS Group announced plans yesterday to construct a low-carbon hydrogen manufacturing plant, inviting contracts to submit designs for the project.

      The plant will boost the firm's green transition plants at its key petrochemicals and refinery centre in Grangemouth, where the company has already committed over £500m on active projects across multiple sectors.

      The group argues that the new plant will benefit the site by fuelling existing assets such as its combined heat and power plant more efficiently.

      The scope and cost of the plans remain undisclosed.

      Andrew Gardner, chief executive and chairman of the Grangemouth site, said: "We are determined to reduce our own emissions to net zero by 2045, create products that will help others reduce their emissions and play a leading role in a clean hydrogen revolution"


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