Immingham Green Energy Terminal

Immingham Green Energy Terminal

Aerial image of the Port of Immingham

The application for a Development Consent Order (‘DCO’) has been submitted to and accepted by the Planning Inspectorate (‘PINS’). The application form and accompanying documents can all be viewed and downloaded free of charge from the National Infrastructure Planning Website (see link below).

Following submission, a need has arisen to submit a separate application for Proposed Changes to the draft DCO. The Proposed Changes to the Application are the result of ongoing engagement with stakeholders and further design evolution of the project.

The Proposed Changes Notification Report can be downloaded and viewed on the documents tab of this website, which details the Proposed Changes on which we are currently consulting. The Proposed Changes Notification Report describes the Proposed Changes and explanations of why they are being proposed and an appraisal of their impacts in relation to environmental effects. The Proposed Changes Notification Report also describes how Examination of the Proposed Changes can be accommodated in the statutory timescale of the Examination and gives further details about this Consultation and how responses received within the relevant time period will be taken into account in the Applicant’s formal Change Application.

The Proposed Changes Consultation runs from Tuesday 26 March 2024 until 23:59 on Wednesday 24 April 2024.

You can respond to the Proposed Changes Consultation by submitting your views to us in writing through the following channels:

If you have any questions on the Proposed Changes or would like to request a meeting with the Project team to discuss the Proposed Changes, you can contact us at or call us on Freephone 0808 175 3233.

Associated British Ports (ABP) is seeking to construct, operate and maintain the Immingham Green Energy Terminal (IGET) – a new multi-user liquid bulk green energy terminal located on the eastern side of the Port of Immingham. Air Products would be the first customer to use the new facility for the production of green hydrogen.

The development proposals will constitute a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP) as per the Planning Act 2008, and therefore require an application for a Development Consent Order to be made to the Secretary of State for Transport.

You can contact the IGET project team by:
Online: through our Contact Us page
Writing to: IGET, PO Box 76780, London WC1A 9SJ
Calling: Freephone 0808 175 3233

Please click here to visit the Application page on the National Infrastructure Planning Website.