Related Articles
PosHYdon will be hosted by the Q13a-A platform
Forward article link
Share PDF with colleagues

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



{{ error }}
{{ comment.comment.Name }} • {{ comment.timeAgo }}
{{ comment.comment.Text }}
Also in this section
ITM Power to raise finance for expansion
15 October 2021
Firm looks to raise a total of £250mn to build two further factories to meet demand
Octopus and RES to invest £3bn in UK green hydrogen
14 October 2021
Partnership is evaluating several sites for construction of green hydrogen production and is in discussion with offtakers
Carbon price would make hydrogen viable – Wood Mackenzie
14 October 2021
Accelerating development of low-carbon hydrogen before 2030 would require carbon prices above $60/t
Sign Up For Our Newsletter
Project Data
PE Store
Social Links
Social Feeds
Featured Video