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Anglo American’s £3.2billion Woodsmith Mine project will provide access to export for the world’s largest polyhalite mine, delivered by a 23 mile tunnel and conveyor system from its mine in North Yorkshire.
BOC is a leading provider of gases to industrial operators in the area. It’s an important asset to the site and is currently supplying nitrogen to support the operation of Teesworks.
Operating the world-renowned Teesside Beam Mill, British Steel occupies around 300 acres of Teesworks and the majority of the Lackenby zone. Its current operations focus solely on the production of long sections and profiles such as steel beams and columns.
Under the HeidelbergCement Group, Hanson UK is one of the largest building materials manufacturers in the world and a leading supplier of cement products. Its Teesport ready-mixed concrete plant is capable of meeting the demands of major construction projects, as well as a range of residential uses.
MGT’s £650million biomass power plant is the largest of its kind. Fuelled by woodchips and pellets, it has the capacity to generate electricity for the equivalent of 600,000 homes.
Northumbrian Water operates a state-of- the-art effluent treatment facility at Teesworks, serving the major industrial complexes in the area.
As the Statutory Harbour Authority and owners of Teesport, PD Ports are one of the UK’s major port groups. Teesport itself is the region’s gateway to global markets, offering deep water facilities and lock-free access to the North Sea.
RBT is one of the best deep water facilities of its type in the UK. Its 320 metre long quay can accommodate vessels up to 17 metres draft and it’s also approved for the storage of uncleared goods.
South Korean firm SeAH Wind is building its mammoth offshore facility at the South Bank site. The £450million facility is currently in construction and will manufacture monopiles before transporting them from the factory to the Teesworks’ new South Bank Quay, before hearing to the North Sea for installation.
Led by bp and part of the Northern Endurance Partnership’s East Coast Cluster, Net Zero Teesside Power will be the world’s first commercial-scale gas-fired power station with carbon capture. It is the UK’s premier CCUS project and will help the UK Government’s plan to decarbonise the power system in the UK by 2035.
Circular Fuels plans to build a ground-breaking low carbon plant at the Dorman Point area of the site. The £150million cutting-edge fuel-from-waste facility will produce 50,000 tonnes of fuel per year from non-recyclable household and industry waste by converting it into a safe, cost-effecting and clean burning fuel.
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