Gas transmission

In accordance with EU regulations, Eustream is preparing to accept gas flows with a hydrogen content of up to 2% by volume.

Our pipeline system is strategically positioned for hydrogen transit, and our plan to enable the international transmission of clean hydrogen was granted the Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) status in February 2024.

The necessary adjustments at the Eustream network are primarily expected to involve the replacement of metering equipment and other components of the network. Eustream’s pipeline system is also strategically positioned to facilitate the transit of pure hydrogen. With four to five parallel pipelines in place, it is well-suited for potential simultaneous transport of methane and pure hydrogen in a dedicated line in the future. This underscores Eustream’s commitment to ensuring safe and efficient transport of hydrogen, in compliance with regulatory requirements and industry best practices.

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