HYTE vlog#2: Ammonia ambitions on the Maasvlakte

The Netherlands – In the second vlog in preparation for the Hydrogen Trail Europe (HYTE), we visited Gasunie on the Maasvlakte. There, together with HES International and Vopak, Gasunie wants to build an import terminal for green ammonia as a hydrogen carrier on the Maasvlakte. Work will begin this quarter on the basic design of the import terminal, which will be named ACE Terminal. The aim is for the terminal to be operational from 2026. In the vlog Johan Douma explains from the roof of an LNG Tank where various installations may be located.

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The route of HYdrogen Trail Europe is more and more concrete

Europe – What are the steps now being taken in European industry towards emission-free hydrogen? And how do these steps fit into the broad transformation of industry? Industry & Energy along with four young professionals, will be hitting the road June 27-July 8 for the HYdrogen Trail Europe (HYTE).

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Dutch and Danish companies unveil large hydrogen and ammonia ambitions in Portugal

Portugal -The port of Sines will become a hub for green hydrogen and ammonia. This week Portuguese-Dutch company Madoqua Ventures will announce an investment program in Portugal of 1.3 billion euros. With Danish Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and Dutch Power 2X the company aims to build plants for the production of hydrogen, ammonia and synfuel.

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