New study looks at production of blue hydrogen from natural gas

thyssenkrupp Steel Europe, Equinor and Open Grid Europe will collaboratively conduct a feasibility study to advance the decarbonised production and supply of ‘blue’ hydrogen from natural gas.

The study will be conducted at Germany’s largest steel plant in Duisburg and will evaluate several options for the sourcing and transport of hydrogen to the thyssenkrupp site, as well as options for transport and storage of carbon dioxide.

“We consider hydrogen the key to a climate-friendly future,” said Dr Arnd Köfler, member of thyssenkrupp Steel Europe’s Executive Board.

“We therefore also welcome the German Government’s intention to finalise a national hydrogen strategy. In the long run, our goal will be to increase usage of hydrogen produced from renewable energies.”

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