Plans for major hydrogen pipeline hoped to decarbonise Welsh industry revealed

UK-based Wales & West Utilities has announced plans for a major hydrogen pipeline in South Wales in a bid to accelerate decarbonisation plans for industry and gas customers in the region.

The project, dubbed, HyLine Cymru will assess the feasibility of a pipeline network from Pembroke to the Swansea Bay area, connecting low-carbon hydrogen production with industrial demand, providing an alternative for other natural gas customers.

Headed up by Wales & West, HyLine Cymru will see eight organisations, Associated British Ports (ABP), Dolphyn Celtic Sea Developments, LanzaTech, National Grid Gas Transmission (NGGT), Pembroke County Council (PCC), RWE, Shell, and Tata Steel UK, explore the feasibility of transporting hydrogen to maximise South Wales’ decarbonisation opportunity.

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