Nord Stream 2 can send mixture of natural gas and hydrogen: German official
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The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline can send a mixture of natural gas and hydrogen, with a hydrogen content of up to 70 %, Oliver Hermes, chairman of the German Eastern Business Association, told Interfax news agency

    “Thanks to its special materials and unlike older gas pipelines, Nord Stream 2 can handle mixtures in the decades to come of up to 70 % hydrogen – the energy source of the future,” Hermes told Interfax. 

    Gas giant Gazprom had earlier announced its readiness to create a special company, Gazprom hydrogen. Among the company’s plans is a pilot project to supply Europe with hydrogen from Russia through its pipelines. The route could also work in reverse, sending shipments of carbon dioxide gas from the European Union to Russia to be used or stored.

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