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.
The period for Relevant Representations closed on Monday 4th December at 23:59. Details of the DCO examination will be published on this website, and on PINS’ website (see link below), in due course.
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.