Port of Huelva and Enagás sign agreement for renewable gas projects promotion

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President of the Port of Huelva, Alberto Santana, and CEO of Enagás, Arturo Gonzalo, have signed a protocol in Huelva, Spain to identify innovation opportunities in renewable gases such as hydrogen and BioLNG.

This protocol lays the foundation for progress in decarbonising future logistics projects at the Huelva terminal.

According to Enagás, “the agreement aims to establish the groundwork for conducting technical and economic analyses of services with renewable gases, identifying new infrastructures and connections, developing trade missions and contacts with actors in the sector, and exploring access to possible funding.”

This progress will be driven by the European CoreLNGas Hive project. The agreement also aims to promote the development of Bio-LNG and green hydrogen, particularly in connection with the future Spanish Hydrogen Backbone Network.

Furthermore, the deal will allow for the exploration of Bio-LNG bunkering logistics projects that will reduce the carbon footprint of the entire supply chain. Following the signing of this protocol, a work programme and timetable for the implementation of joint studies will be established.

Alberto Santana commented, “The Port of Huelva has become an energy and industrial cluster that promotes clean fuels as one of the three drivers of the Port of Huelva 2023-2030 Strategic Plan with a vision to 2050.”

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