Less CO2 emissions and more sustainable fuels - that is the long-term goal of the joint project between bp and Ørsted. In a first step, they intend to build a 60-megawatt electrolyser that will be supplied with electricity from an offshore wind farm operated by Ørsted. By 2024, green hydrogen could be produced in Lingen and replace part of the fossil hydrogen production at the bp refinery to produce more sustainable fuels. It would substitute about 20 per cent of the hydrogen currently generated from fossil natural gas at the refinery with green hydrogen. Subsequently, the capacity can be gradually increased in several steps up to 530 MW.