Catch’s £60 million plan to build a Net Zero Training Centre for the workers of tomorrow can become a hub of excellence, while helping safeguard the Humber’s competitiveness. Industrial and academic partners have poured praise on the vision, with early backing looking to act as a stimulus for the wider community and government support.
The carbon capture consortium of Humber Zero, led by Phillips 66 and VPI is a key supporter, with Viking CCS transportation and storage provider Harbour Energy also on board. It is a springboard for much of the anticipated decarbonisation development in the immediate Immingham cluster, while also comprising of several investment-heavy major infrastructure projects in its own right.
Paul Fursey, Phillips 66’s UK lead executive and Humber Refinery general manager, said: …