Register for our high-level #study launch in Brussels and learn about the role of import terminals and their decarbonisation pathways. 👉https://bit.ly/4bwYvBR

📅 Wednesday, 26 June 2024
🕙 10:00-14:30 CEST
📍 The Hotel, Boulevard De Waterloo 38, 1000 Brussels

GIE Annual Conference is back to empower Europe’s energy transition.

Join us in inspiring #change & creating #sustainable solutions today:
🇩🇪 Munich, Germany
🗓️ 17-18 October 2024
🤝Meet 300 EU energy leaders

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📣 And we’re back with our third online workshop on the EU #MethaneRegulation!  

Focus: Venting & Flaring. 

Join us, @GIEBrussels and @Eurogas_Eu on 28 May as we discuss how operators and stakeholders can implement the Methane Regulation. 

Register here 👉

Red tape & lack of proper infrastructure are the two main obstacles to #EconomicDevelopment. 

GIE Secretary General @AchovskiBoyana presented the role of the #GasInfrastructure in overcoming them and the policy levers at the 2024 #Mozambique Mining & Energy Conference (#MMEC).

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Central European Hydrogen Corridor (CEHC)

By: GTSOU (Ukrainian TSO), EUSTREAM (Slovak gas TSO), NET4GAS (Czech gas TSO) and OGE (German gas TSO).

The Central European Hydrogen Corridor (CEHC) aims to create a hydrogen “highway“ in Central Europe for transporting hydrogen from major hydrogen supply areas in Ukraine to hydrogen demand clusters in Germany. The hydrogen corridor will also enable hydrogen transport between hydrogen production facilities and hydrogen consumers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The project is promoted by four gas TSOs: GTSOU (Ukrainian TSO), EUSTREAM (Slovak gas TSO), NET4GAS (Czech gas TSO) and OGE (German gas TSO).

The first preliminary results of the pre-feasibility study confirm that most of the relevant natural gas infrastructure can be repurposed to carry 100% hydrogen. With an initial technical capacity of 144 GWh/d green hydrogen will be transported via repurposed pipeline combined with some targeted investments in new dedicated hydrogen pipelines and compressor stations. The project is expected to be commissioned by 2030.

The project could make a significant contribution to REPowerEU’s target of importing 10 million tonnes of green hydrogen into the EU by 2030. At full load, the CEHC corridor could transport up to 1.5 million tonnes of hydrogen per year.

The CEHC initiative is open for cooperation with hydrogen producers, large hydrogen consumers and other gas infrastructure companies to help facilitate the production and consumption of hydrogen in Central Europe.