Repsol unveils green hydrogen project

Spanish oil major Repsol has today revealed plans to build one of the largest net zero emissions synthetic fuel production plants in the world, based on green hydrogen generated with renewable energy.

The facility, which will be fully operational within four years, will set a new benchmark in Europe thanks to the cutting-edge technology applied and the use of CO2 captured in the nearby Petronor refinery.

Its development represents a first-order technological challenge that will be led by the Repsol Technology Lab research centre.

It will combine green hydrogen – a 100% clean energy generated from renewable sources –with CO2 as the raw materials in the process, and it will position Repsol on the leading edge of the development of net zero emissions fuels.

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