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The Acorn CCS project is a low-cost, low-risk, scalable, carbon capture and storage scheme that will not only enable the cost efficient carbon capture and storage of current carbon emissions from the onshore gas facilities at St Fergus, but is also a key enabler for the Acorn Hydrogen project where North Sea natural gas will be reformed into clean hydrogen. It is designed to be built quickly, taking advantage of existing oil and gas infrastructure and a well understood offshore CO2 storage site. The system is designed to be an enabler of other capture and storage projects including provision of CO2 shipping facilities in Peterhead Port and repurposing the existing Feeder 10 pipeline to enable capture of CO2 from wider regions. The project is led by Pale Blue Dot Energy Ltd supported by study partners Shell, Total and Chrysaor with Costain providing onshore and offshore facilities engineering and consultancy services.