Protium has signed a strategic partnership with Petrofac to carry out green hydrogen projects in the United Kingdom.
The strategic partnership aims to provide customers with access to Protium’s expertise in green hydrogen and to Petrofac’s engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and energy project delivery services.
The two companies will “leverage Petrofac’s technical engineering expertise” during the early phases of Protium’s projects with the aim of delivering the full EPC offering to common customers.
This includes projects involving the development of renewable energy assets, green hydrogen production facilities and downstream hydrogen equipment.
Through this partnership, customers will benefit from the “accelerated delivery of both innovative and tailor-made green hydrogen projects” according to the sector and the customer’s energy needs.
With an expanding capital spending pipeline totaling over £ 1 billion, Protium’s work is helping companies transform their decarbonization strategies to achieve net zero, in particular through the decarbonization of mobility, thermal and electrical demand.
Chris Jackson, CEO of Protium, said: “I am delighted to announce our partnership with Petrofac, whose leading experience in green hydrogen EPC work (notably with Infinite Blue Energy’s Arrowsmith project in Australia ) will allow Protium to carry out exceptional projects for our clients.
“This marks another exciting chapter in Protium’s development as we continue to secure the best partners, customers, sites and staff to accelerate the transition to net zero energy solutions. “
Petrofac COO John Pearson added: “The announcement of our alliance with Protium clearly demonstrates Petrofac’s commitment to supporting the creation of a more integrated energy future in the UK.
“We are delighted to combine Petrofac’s engineering, project management and operations capabilities with Protium’s expertise in green hydrogen and project development to support its goal of delivering 1 GW of production assets to ‘by 2030 for a range of industrial customers. “
Protium and Petrofac said they are already pursuing a number of commercial green hydrogen projects in the UK, as well as joint offers on several government-funded programs to demonstrate the technical and commercial effectiveness of hydrogen solutions. green.