Evolution Terminals

Developing a Green Energy Hub for Import, Storage and Handling of Renewable Energy Products, Hydrogen Carriers and Low-Carbon Fuels

Phase 1 of Evolution Terminals development plan is to build up to 400,000 m3 of bulk storage capacity for hydrogen carriers, green and low-carbon products and fuels, subject to receiving all necessary permits and approvals.

Phase 1 assets will include the construction of a dedicated deep-water Jetty and Quay Wall capable of receiving large sea-going vessels, barges and coasters; and dedicated loading facilities for Rail Tanker Carriages (RTC) and Road Tanker Trucks (RTT) connecting the Terminal to multimodal distribution routes.

Expansion plans for the Terminal include increased storage capacity for hydrogen carriers and low-carbon energy products, and integration of an Ammonia Cracker to back-crack imported green ammonia to hydrogen for distribution via the European Hydrogen Backbone (EHB).

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