KOGAS selects DNV to assess South Korea’s pipeline transition to hydrogen

DNV has been selected by Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) to assess the viability of blending hydrogen into South Korea’s transmission network.

The two-year project will assess the scope for blending hydrogen with natural gas in KOGAS’ 5,000km long pipeline.

DNV will evaluate the pipeline network’s suitability for hydrogen blending, provide technical and advisory support to KOGAS’ hydrogen blending test project on Jeju Island and support KOGAS in addressing South Korea requirements in overseeing hydrogen integration and uptake.

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