Free Porn
23.9 C
Friday, July 19, 2024
Home Port News New European green hydrogen corridor between Bilbao and Amsterdam

New European green hydrogen corridor between Bilbao and Amsterdam

Port of Bilbao, the Basque Energy Agency (EVE), Petronor, SkyNRG, Evos Amsterdam, Zenith Energy Terminals and Port of Amsterdam, are joining forces for the development of a new green hydrogen corridor between Bilbao, Spain and Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The corridor focuses on the maritime route between the two European ports.

The port of Amsterdam noted, "we want to develop a green hydrogen supply chain with the parties, with a focus on production in the Basque Country and export to the Netherlands and the hinterland via the port of Amsterdam."

Dutch Minister for Climate and Energy Rob Jetten commented, "The Netherlands and Europe have major hydrogen ambitions to achieve a climate-neutral energy system and a sustainable industry. International cooperation is essential to develop the hydrogen market and the infrastructure it requires."

He added, "Within the European Union, Spain has enormous opportunities and is therefore one of our most important hydrogen partners. In the end, it is the companies that really have to do it."

Latest Posts

Two tankers on fire in Singapore after collision

Fire broke out on two tankers in Singapore waters today (19 July). The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said that at 6.15am...

MSC commences inaugural flight from Milan to Hong Kong

MSC Air Cargo has announced the launch of its first commercial flight from Italy's Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG). The...

Evergreen vessel marks draft-record in Zeebrugge

Evergreen's container vessel Ever Greet successfully docked in the West Flanders port in Zeebrugge, Belgium on 17 July. Below the water level, the boxship of...

India launches maritime centre

India's Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways (MoPSW) is establishing the India Maritime Centre (IMC), a significant initiative under the Maritime India Vision 2030. In...

Maersk applies new PSS from Tunisia to West Africa

Maersk is introducing a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) for all dry containers from Tunisia to West Africa destinations effective from 2 August. The Peak Season...