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Green hydrogen corridor between Portugal and the Netherlands

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Meenal Datar

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The Port of Sines, Portugal, and Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) concerning the H2Sines.RDAM project that aims to develop a green hydrogen corridor between Portugal and the Netherlands.

The project is to be developed by a consortium of companies, including ENGIE, Shell, Vopak and gas company, Antony Veder.  The aim is to produce green hydrogen on a unit located in Sines, Portugal and then to convert it into liquified H2 and export it to the Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands, through the Port of Sines.

The group have signed an agreement together with their supporting partners, REN, Port of Sines, Port of Rotterdam, Gasunie and ABN AMRO Bank N.V. to proceed with the development of a value chain for liquid hydrogen from Portugal to the Netherlands.

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