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12 August 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 09:08 GMT+2

July 18, 2022

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A project for the production and transport of green hydrogen between the ports of Sines and Rotterdam

It will be carried out by a consortium consisting of Shell, Engie, Vopak and Anthony Veder

Shell New Energies of the oil group Shell, the group energy Engie, the terminalist company Vopak and the company shipowner Anthony Veder have signed an agreement to define a feasibility project for production, liquefaction and transport of green hydrogen from Portugal to the Netherlands, where it would come stored and then distributed for sale. It is expected that hydrogen is produced by electrolysis powered by energies renewable in the industrial area of the Portuguese port of Sines, to then be liquefied and transported by sea to the port of Rotterdam.

The goal of the partners is to carry out the first transport by 2027. Initially it is planned the potential production and transport of about 100 tons of green hydrogen per day, with the possibility of a subsequent increase in quantity.

The consortium of the four companies will see Shell and Engie collaborate along the entire green hydrogen supply chain, while Vopak and Anthony Veder will deal specifically with the transport, storage and distribution of the product.

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