Green Hydrogen Pipeline Announced by Norway and Germany
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Themes and Topics

  • Blue hydrogen production with CCS
  • Carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Norway
  • Decarbonization of gas-fired power plants
  • Equinor hydrogen pipeline
  • European hydrogen market framework
  • Green hydrogen transition plan
  • Hydrogen-ready gas-fired power plants
  • Norwegian-German hydrogen partnership
  • Offshore wind-powered green hydrogen
  • RWE-Equinor strategic partnership
  • Equinor aims to send up to 10GW of blue hydrogen through pipes from Norway; plans to finish construction by 2030.

    Here’s an article posted in Hydrogen Insight.

    According to the article,

    Top management consulting experts for Bio-energy, EV, Solar, Green Hydrogen

    • Norway and Germany have announced a groundbreaking plan to construct a hydrogen pipeline between the two countries by 2030.
    • The project aims to foster the development of the hydrogen market in Germany and the EU, addressing significant challenges in building value chains and a functional European hydrogen market.
    • This initiative reflects a joint commitment to accelerate the establishment of a robust framework for the European hydrogen market, benefiting both producers and recipients.

    This pipeline is expected to provide several benefits:

    1. Decarbonization of industry and power generation: The hydrogen transported through the pipeline can be used to replace fossil fuels in energy-intensive industries like steel and chemicals, as well as in hydrogen-ready gas-fired power plants, helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and progressing through decarbonization.
    2. Strengthening energy security and diversifying supply: The pipeline will diversify Germany’s energy imports and reduce reliance on natural gas from Russia, improving energy security.
    3. Enabling a cross-border hydrogen economy: The project aims to establish a commercial, industry-driven hydrogen value chain between Norway and Germany, laying the groundwork for a broader European hydrogen market.

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