Shell and Antony Veder eye LH2 shipments to Rotterdam

A consortium of Netherlands-based firms aim to deliver a first shipment of liquid hydrogen from Sines in Portugal to the port of Rotterdam by 2027.

Source: H2Sines

A new agreement between a Shell subsidiary, Shell New Energies NL BV, and ENGIE, Vopak and Antony Veder will assess the feasibility of producing green hydrogen in Portugal and shipping liquefied hydrogen to the Netherlands.

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