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GASCADE and Fluxys have applied to the European Commission for ‘Project of Common Interest’ (PCI) status for the AquaDuctus project.

GASCADE managing director Christoph von dem Bussche said the offshore pipeline, which will be more than 400 km long when completed, “will become a linchpin in Germany’s and Europe’s future offshore hydrogen infrastructure.” He emphasised the project’s European, interconnecting character and the fact that it is designed as a ‘backbone’ to collect hydrogen from multiple production sites while also offering the potential to link up with other international hydrogen flows through the North Sea.

Hydrogen will be transported to the German coast via the offshore pipeline and fed into the onshore network. In this way, AquaDuctus will provide large-scale offshore hydrogen infrastructure in the North Sea for hydrogen imported into Germany.


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