Immingham Green Energy Terminal

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The proposed Immingham Green Energy Terminal (IGET) is being brought forward by Associated British Ports. Air Products would be the first customer to use the new IGET. 

Associated British Ports (ABP) is the owner and operator of the Port of Immingham. 

On the Humber, ABP owns and operates four ports, namely the Port of Immingham, and the ports of Hull, Grimsby and Goole, which together constitute the largest ports complex in the UK. 

Of these, Immingham Port, located on the southern bank of the Humber Estuary, is the largest and busiest of ABP’s four Humber ports. 

ABP is taking forward proposals to develop the IGET and will be submitting an application for a development consent order. Air Products would be the first customer to use the new facility.

You can find out more about ABP at their website here.

Air Products is the world’s largest hydrogen supplier, and develops, builds and operates some of the world’s largest industrial gas projects, employing over 20,000 staff in more than 50 countries worldwide, with over 750 production facilities. 

Air Products has an established presence in the UK for over 60 years as an industrial gas provider, employing over 1,500 people.  

Air Products has over 30 years’ experience operating in the Humber alone, with several sites that manufacture and distribute a range of products including facilities at Saltend, Hull and in Stallingborough, a short distance from the proposed Immingham site.

Air Products would be the first customer to use the new IGET facility once built if the planning application is successful. 

You can find out more about Air Products at their website here.