Wide industry coalition call for a Hydrogen Strategy inclusive of all clean hydrogen pathways

June 2020

On June 24th 2020, a wide industry coalition sent a letter to the European Commission calling for a Hydrogen Strategy inclusive of all clean hydrogen pathways.

Overview

The coalition of oil & gas, steel, ceramics and carbon capture & storage actors supports a strategy which comprises all clean hydrogen production pathways, including electrolysis, methane pyrolysis and natural gas reforming in combination with carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS).

It is extremely important that the EU invests in all hydrogen technologies to unlock the nascent hydrogen market, while supporting the development of EU hydrogen ecosystems. We thus urge the EU to create a strong policy framework in support of all forms of clean hydrogen, which would ensure the competitiveness of Europe’s industrial sector and secure high-quality jobs for Europeans.

List of signatories

  1. Aker Solutions
  2. Cerame-Unie – The European Ceramic Industry Association
  3. ENI
  4. ENTSOG – European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas
  5. Equinor
  6. EUGINE – European Engine Power Plants Association
  7. Eurofer – The European Steel Association
  8. Eurogas
  9. EUTurbines
  10. ExxonMobil
  11. Fuels Europe
  12. GasNaturally
  13. GasTerra
  14. General Electric
  15. Gas Infrastructure Europe
  16. Global CCS Institute
  17. International Association of Drilling Contractors
  18. IGU – International Gas Union
  19. Industri Energi
  20. IOGP – International Association of Oil and Gas Producers
  21. Marcogaz – Technical Association of the European Natural Gas Industry
  22. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
  23. Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe
  24. MOL Group
  25. Neptune Energy
  26. NOGEPA – Netherlands Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Association
  27. Norwegian Oil and Gas
  28. Oil & Gas UK
  29. Polish Oil & Gas Company
  30. Romanian Federation of Associations of Energy Utility (ACUE)
  31. UNIPER
  32. Wintershall Dea
  33. Zukunft Erdgas
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