Saltend Refinery Project

Facilitating a greener energy future

Saltend Chemicals Park

£500m multi-user chemicals cluster located in proposed tax-free Freeport and gateway to Europe

 

Home to major chemicals and renewable energy businesses including BP Petrochemicals, INEOS, Nippon Gohsei and Air Products,
strategically located on the UK’s busiest ports complex.

 

Plug-and-play infrastructure and shared services

 

pxGroup will provide “through the fence” power, utilities and reagent supply significantly reducing the capital and operating costs.

Lord Gerry Grimstone,
UK Minister for Investment

 

“We very much welcome the proposalto establish a fully sustainable rare earth oxide magnet metal processing facility in the Humber region. This facility is an important step in the establishment of a permanent magnet supply chain in the UK which could support a range of industries important to building back greener and our Net Zero ambitions.”

World-class in size ultra-low in capital cost

At Pensana Rare Earths, we are committed to a greener future. Our goal is to provide industries with a low-cost, high-quality, reliable solution to drive the production of greener energy and the electrification of transport around the globe.

China has a near monopoly in Rare Earths much of which is sourced unsustainably

Pensana plans to establish world-class rare earth production at the Saltend Chemicals Park in the Humber.

With a nameplate capacity of 4,500 tonnes Saltend would become one of only two major producers outside China.

Lynas Corporation of Australia, currently the world’s largest non-China producer, last year produced around 4,700 tonnes from its facility in Malaysia.