Webinar: The Acorn and VNZ projects: CCS on the UKCS


The FORCE CCS network group invites you to a webinar freaturing Graeme Davies and David Mclure from Harbour Energy. This will be a combined 45min presentation on 2 separate projects Harbour is involved in in the UKCS.

Date Time Duration Register by Location
16.03.2022 15-16 1 Hour 16.03.2022 Teams



V Net Zero Humber Cluster (Presenter: Graeme Davies – Harbour Energy)

The V Net Zero Humber Cluster has the potential to capture, safely transport and securely store >50% of the existing industrial emissions (19.8MTPA) in the Humber region. By 2030 we can capture up to 11MTPA, and by 2034 over 12MTPA. The CO2 will be securely stored 140 kilometres offshore from the Lincolnshire coast. It will be held 9,000ft below ground in deep geological formations in high-quality depleted gas reservoirs in the Viking Area of the UK southern North Sea. This area has multiple high-quality storage opportunities, providing diversity, long-term storage resilience and additional capacity to support the UK Government's Net Zero targets. First injection from Humber Zero is anticipated in 2027.


The Acorn Project (Presenter: David Mclure – Harbour Energy)
Acorn is one of the most mature UK CCS and hydrogen project. A critical component in Scotland and the UK’s pathway to Net Zero, Acorn makes use of existing gas pipelines, offshore geology that is ideal for permanently storing carbon dioxide (CO2), and a region that is embracing hydrogen as a fuel of the future. The Acorn CO2 transport and storage system provides critical backbone infrastructure to the Scottish Cluster [which was recently designated as the reserve cluster for the first round of the UK Government’s Cluster Sequencing programme.]





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FORCE uses Teams Video for this webinar, and has proven to work successfully. 

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Participation fees:
FORCE members: Free
Non-members: NOK 350,-
University/student: Free


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