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bp exploring 130,000 tonne-per-year low-carbon hydrogen hub in Wilhelmshaven, Germany

bp has said it is looking at constructing a new hydrogen hub in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, which could provide up to 130,000 tonnes of low-carbon hydrogen per year from green ammonia.

Under the oil and gas giant’s plans, green ammonia will be delivered to Wilhelmshaven from bp’s international green hydrogen projects, where a cracker will extract hydrogen from ammonia.

H2 View understands, the project is expected to build on existing infrastructure at the NWO terminal in Wilhelmshaven, which bp is already involved in. Additionally, the company has proposed using existing idle oil pipelines and converting existing gas pipeline infrastructure to transport hydrogen.

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