Together we make it happen
Net Zero Teesside is a full chain CCUS project, comprising of a consortium of five OGCI members – BP, Eni, Equinor, Shell and Total, with BP leading as operator. The project benefits from the technical and commercial expertise of the oil and gas within this consortium, which was formed to accelerate the development. It was identified in September 2019 as one of five global CCUS hubs for OGCI’s CCUS KickStarter initiative, aimed at unlocking and bringing forward large-scale investment in the technology.
We are working closely with key regional stakeholders, including Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen, the Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA), local industry and communities. We are also working with a number of multinational companies in the Teesside industrial cluster to establish the Project as one of Europe’s most attractive locations for future clean industrial development.
OGCI Climate Investments and its partners are working closely with the UK Government on a supportive policy framework to enable the UK to become a leader and exporter of CCUS technologies globally.