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The Humber Carbon Capture Pipeline is a proposed underground, onshore pipeline with above ground installations that aims to transport carbon dioxide produced by industrial projects in the Humber region to secure offshore storage under the North Sea.

The proposed Humber Carbon Capture Pipeline is an important part of the Northern Endurance Partnership’s end-to-end carbon dioxide transportation and storage infrastructure network, which enables the East Coast Cluster.

The East Coast Cluster, which serves the industrial powerhouse regions of Teesside and the Humber, has been selected as one of the first two carbon capture, usage, and storage (CCUS) clusters to be taken forward by the UK Government. It includes a diverse mix of projects, including industrial carbon capture, low-carbon hydrogen production, negative emissions power, and power with carbon capture. These technologies are essential for the UK to meet its net zero targets; both regions would also benefit from an influx of green jobs, skills development and supply chain benefits.

Net Zero North Sea Storage Limited is progressing the Humber Carbon Capture Pipeline, a proposed onshore infrastructure project that would transport carbon dioxide from carbon capture projects in the Humber region to secure offshore storage under the North Sea.

This infrastructure is crucial to achieving net zero in the Humber – the UK’s most carbon intensive industrial region.


The pipeline would be built between Drax in North Yorkshire and the coast north of Easington in the East Riding of Yorkshire, via North Lincolnshire. The proposed pipeline corridor we are considering is outlined below.

This is the start of our engagement with communities, with further rounds of consultation in the future. As we work to develop our vision for this project, we want to ensure that the communities living and working in the Humber region have the opportunity to see and comment on our emerging proposals. More details on how to comment on the project by providing feedback can be found on our consultation page here.

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Detailed maps of our proposed route can be found in our document library here.

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