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Ørsted acquires 45% ownership of Liquid Wind’s eMethonal plant
© Liquid Wind
Ørsted acquires 45% ownership of Liquid Wind’s eMethonal plant
© Liquid Wind

Ørsted acquires 45% ownership of Liquid Wind’s eMethonal plant

Ørsted has today (Jan 12) confirmed that it will acquire a 45% ownership share of Liquid Wind AB’s FlagshipONE project, which will produce eMethonal from captured carbon dioxide and green hydrogen.

Located in Örnsköldsvik, the north of Sweden, the plant has potential to become the world’s first large-scale sustainable e-methanol project, decarbonising the maritime sector with its liquid carbon neutral fuel.

It is hoped the site will produce 50,000 tonnes of eMethonal annually starting in 2024.

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