Acorn Carbon Capture – a carbon capture plant which will support the decarbonisation of two St. Fergus Gas Terminals - one of the UK’s most important energy locations, supporting our offshore industries.
Acorn has a major role to play in supporting the UK’s decarbonisation effort by creating infrastructure and facilities that will allow industry to capture, transport and store CO2 emissions. With net zero goals fast approaching making these projects a reality is vital.
Acorn Hydrogen – located adjacent to the St. Fergus gas terminal, this project will turn North Sea natural gas into clean-burning hydrogen, while safely capturing the CO2 emissions from that process.
Acorn Transport & Storage – a system using pipelines, ships and other containers to move CO2 emissions from projects like Acorn’s Carbon Capture and Blue Hydrogen plants – in Scotland, across the UK and internationally - to permanent storage 2.5km (1.5miles) under the North Sea.