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Subsidy boost for Neptune’s Dutch offshore green hydrogen pilot

First green hydrogen project on a working offshore platform will blend into existing natural gas pipelines

The Netherlands Enterprise Agency will subsidise a pilot plant owned by independent oil and gas producer Neptune Energy to produce green hydrogen on a working offshore gas platform. The project, called PosHYdon, will be hosted by the Q13a-A platform which was the first fully electrified platform in the Dutch North Sea. The pilot plant will convert seawater into demineralised water and then into green hydrogen via a 1MW electrolyser powered by offshore wind. The hydrogen output, expected to be up to 400 kg/day, will be blended with natural gas and transported to shore via an existing pipeline. 400kg/d – Potential green hydrogen production of plant Neptune is developing the pil

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