Hydrogen Delivers New Future for Holland’s Pipeline Network

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor Europe’s governments have ambitious plans to reduce their country’s carbon footprint to zero by 2050. But, the European Union’s ambitious decarbonization policies and plans for a green economic recovery will have repercussions on the continent’s pipeline networks and none more so than Holland’s.  Figure 1: The Mature European Hydrogen Backbone can be created by 2040 Gasunie, the Dutch energy networks operator, is responsible for the safe transport and storage of natural gas throughout the country, as well as to parts of Belgium and Holland.  It operates pipelines bringing natural gas from North Sea fields. A subsea pipeline connects Holland with Br

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