Vision Energy Corporation is pleased to announce it has entered into a cooperation agreement with Linde Engineering to accelerate engineering efforts for the Company’s pioneering Green Energy Terminal in North Sea Port of Vlissingen, the Netherlands.
Vision Energy, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Evolution Terminals BV, has partnered with Linde Engineering, to deliver preliminary Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) services to the project for Phase 1 of Vision Energy’s Green Energy Terminal. Scope includes design and engineering of 150,000 cubic meters (CBM) of Green Ammonia (NH3) storage, truck and barge loading facilities, ship loading and unloading facilities, and utilities, infrastructure and buildings.
Engineering efforts under the agreement have commenced and are anticipated to conclude in April 2023 in support of the Company’s target to reach Final Investment Decision (FID) by Q3 2023.
Vision Energy is in the advanced stages of planning for the construction and delivery of Northwestern Europe’s first import, storage and handling terminal designed exclusively for hydrogen carriers, renewable energy products and low-carbon fuels. The Company is scheduled to file all remaining environmental and construction permits by December 2022. Total capacity under Phase 1 is for up to 400,000 CBM including 150,000 CBM allocated to Green Ammonia, 180,000 CBM allocated to Renewable Methanol and 70,000 CBM allocated to Biofuels.
“Our cooperation with Linde Engineering marks a critical milestone in our development, to deliver this world-class project with the vast global expertise Linde possesses,” said Andrew Hromyk, CEO. “Our Green Energy Terminal Project will accelerate and advance the energy transition and facilitate Northwestern Europe’s ambition to achieve Net Zero through carbon-abatement and adoption of hydrogen as a core feedstock and fuel.”
“We are proud to work with Vision Energy on the sustainable development of this ammonia terminal, leveraging our extensive EPC expertise and clean energy technology to enable the green hydrogen economy,” said John van der Velden, Senior Vice President Global Sales & Technology at Linde Engineering.