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Gascade and Fluxys apply for PCI status on North Sea hydrogen pipeline project

Gascade and Fluxys has applied to the European Commission for Project of Common Interest (PCI) status for a 100m tonne hydrogen pipeline.

The application for a PCI status is a step forward for the AquaDuctus project, which will integrate an offshore pipeline for green hydrogen in the North Sea, serving as an essential ‘backbone’ to Germany’s and Europe’s future offshore hydrogen infrastructure and energy security.

The proposed 400km-long pipeline will collect hydrogen from multiple production sites while also offering the potential to connect with other international hydrogen flows through the North Sea.

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