Infrastructure

Lincolnshire’s Port of Immingham to build green energy terminal

A tender has been issued for the project with the deadline for bids being 12 January 2024

Plans have been announced to construct a bulk liquid green energy terminal by the Port of Immingham in the United Kingdom.

According to a report, a tender has been launched by UK ports operator Associated British Ports (ABP),which calls for a contractor or consortium to develop the new facility to support the import of green ammonia from Saudi Arabia.

The $140mn contract anticipates 30 months of construction, and ABP has set the deadline for bids for 12 January 2024.

The ABP said that the Saudi government is supporting the construction of Oxagon, a $8.3bn facility within the region of NEOM, which will combine solar and wind energy to produce up to 600t of carbon-free hydrogen per day by the end of 2026.

In addition, the new terminal will support the import of CO2, with the aim of aiding the decarbonisation of the transport sector.

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