H2 and CO2 transport through the Delta Rhine Corridor as a unique cross-border infrastructure project
We all want a secure supply of climate-friendly energy. This requires good ideas, committed companies and the right political framework. Everything is to come together in the Delta Rhine Corridor (DRC) project.
BASF, Gasunie, OGE and Shell have signed a Letter of Intent to work together with potential customers to advance the unique idea of the Delta Rhine Corridor project. The commercial and technical feasibility will first be examined, and ideally a cross-border pipeline infrastructure between the Netherlands and Germany, and possibly Belgium, will then be realized.
The DRC project is intended to transport CO2 as from 2028 in order to store it elsewhere. On the other hand, hydrogen produced CO2-free or with low CO2 emissions will reach customers along the route as an energy carrier or raw material.