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Companies look to develop hydrogen supply chain as Port of Rotterdam targets up to 20 million tonnes of hydrogen flowing through it annually by 2050.

The Port of Rotterdam Authority’s Hydrogen Master Plan envisages the port becoming a European hydrogen import hub, with potentially up to 20 million tonnes of hydrogen flowing through the Dutch port annually by 2050.

However, in the near term, it is targeting more modest imports of between 100,000 and 200,000 tonnes by 2025, with that figure to grow to 300,000 to 400,000 tonnes by 2030.

Chiyoda has used its SEPRA Hydrogen technology to successfully transport hydrogen from Brunei to Japan last year in collaboration with fellow Japanese companies Mitsubishi, Mitsui and NYK Line.

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Matt Chester on Aug 4, 2021

“By utilising existing infrastructure and current international petrochemical standards, the massive initial investment burden is significantly reduced,” Chiyoda said a statement.

It's interesting that they think they can use existing infrastructure here-- I wonder if that will help with some of the perceptions and investment in traditional oil markets who will see an opportunity to continue economic viability amid an energy transition

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