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Eni is looking to turn a depleted gas field in the UK into a CSS project | Rigzone

The UK arm of Italian energy giant Eni has submitted an application for a carbon storage license for the depleted Hewett gas field in the southern North Sea to the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA).

Eni said the license would be used for the development of a CCS project to decarbonise the Bacton and Thames Estuary region. The Hewett Depleted Gas Field is an ideal site for the permanent and safe storage of CO2 with a total capacity of approximately 330 million tonnes.

The CCS project will prevent the emission of a large volume of CO2 into the atmosphere, equivalent to the carbon dioxide emissions of more than 3 million homes or more than 6 million cars per year.

Eni UK can draw on its extensive experience and knowledge of Hewett’s depleted gas field subsoil, having safely operated gas production in the area for over 40 years.

In addition, Eni announced the establishment of the Bacton Thames Net-Zero initiative to decarbonize and unlock new greener growth opportunities for the automotive, ceramics, food, materials, energy and waste disposal in the South East of the UK, materially supporting the UK’s decarbonisation strategy. .

Eni UK said it would play a central role in this industry-led initiative by transporting and storing CO2 in its Hewett depleted gas field which could be operational as early as 2027. The company will add further value to this initiative building on the continued technical and commercial experience gained with Liverpool Bay CCS and the wider HyNet NW Group, as an existing CO2 Assessment and Storage Licensee.

Collaboration of industry partners under the Bacton Thames Net-Zero initiative could make a significant contribution to the development of a hydrogen economy in the UK and a game-changer in meeting the decarbonisation needs of the South East of the UK, while supporting the net-zero target.

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