Last week, Hydrogen Council’s team of directors visited its member Advario, an internationally operating energy storage and logistics provider, in Antwerp, Belgium to see hydrogen in action.
Steven Libbrecht, interim executive director, Daria Nochevnik, director policy and partnerships, and Andrei V. Tchouvelev, director safety and regulatory, toured the Advario Gas Terminal (AGT) and discussed the important role hydrogen carriers as ammonia play in the development of a hydrogen economy and the European need for import and export facilities for ammonia.
Advario also shared their ambition to build ammonia storage facilities at one their terminals in the Port of Antwerp-Bruges.
During the tour, Nancy De Groof, Advario’s vice president Belgium says: ‘It was a pleasure to host the council, and I am grateful for their input and kind words. We believe in ammonia as a cornerstone of the clean energy mix, as an enabler of the hydrogen ecosystem, and are in advanced stages of a feasibility study, executed together with our partner Fluxy. The study explores the build of an ammonia import terminal in Antwerp.’