Working to ensure long-term energy supply

A picture of EemsEnergyTerminal in The Netherlands

Source: EemsEnergyTerminal

Gasunie and Vopak is seeking to utilise the Netherlands EemsEnergyTerminal for longer than planned to help ensure future security of alternative fuel supply.

Working in partnership with the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, the partners want to look at LNG, but also explore ways to bring about a future, rapid transition to where hydrogen and carbon capture and storage play key roles.

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