"#BusinessAsUsual doesn’t exist anymore. Transport capacity must be reallocation in line with the new geopolitical reality and the new #gasflow patterns resulting from it."
Arno Büx, #GLE President

#GRIDTech2022 | @FluxysGroup
@FluxysBelgiumFR | @FluxysBelgiumNL

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"The priority is to solve the #EnergyCrisis. #EU energy #security is more important than #climate goals. Without prosperity and security, we will not be able to afford a green transformation. #Fitfor55 assumptions must be verified," says @MarcinWNowacki @eaGreenEU #eaDebates

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"#REPowerEU impresses a new sense of urgency to the #energytransition. EU needs to:
🎯Correct its trajectory to be climate neutral by 2050
🎯Disengage from unreliable partners
✅Producing 35 bcm of #biomethane can provide for 20% of current Russian Gas"
@glcancian

#GRIDTech2022

“The existing #gasinfrastructure already offers a sustainable network to transport renewable & low-carbon molecules. The #EHB intends to use exactly this network for #H2 in order to contribute to the EU's #decarbonisation of the EU"
Niko Bosnjak @OpenGridEurope

#GRIDTech2022

Friday @IEA on #Biomethane and "How Denmark created a biomethane value chain?" with @European_Biogas @EnerginetDK @enagas @SWENCP

🇩🇰 points:
1. Political support - subsidy
2. #Farmers #Industry #partnership
3. Green market design (#TSO)
4. Clear connection options (#DSO)

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Humber Zero

By Uniper, Phillips 66 and VPI Immingham (UK)

Humber Zero is a large-scale decarbonisation and hydrogen project that aims to create zero-carbon industrial cluster in Humberside by reducing carbon

emissions from power and petrochemical facilities, as well as creating a sustainable platform for industrial growth and economic development.

Technical aspects

  • The project will decarbonise up to 5MT/CO2 per annum of the UK’s industrial activity in the Humber region, with the potential for further decarbonisation in the future.
  • 1 500 MWth of clean hydrogen will be produced, which is enough to power1 million homes
  • The UK’s largest offshore wind development is planned with the capacity to produce 2.6WG of power initially, growing to 6WG by 2028. National Grid estimates that up to 50% of this will not be needed off-peak, so Humber Zero will use the excess capacity to pilot green hydrogen gas production.
  • The empty gas fields and saline aquifers located at 20 miles offshore from the Humber estuary will enable the storage of CO2 indefinitely and with a capacity of 720 Mt CO2. Over 40 years’ worth of emissions from British industry could therefore be stored.

Contribution to energy transition

Humber Zero will support the Humber region move towards zero industrial emissions, by providing clean hydrogen for over a million homes. A fully functioning low-carbon industrial hub is expected from 2025.