Shell and Nordkraft launch hydrogen partnership in Norway

Shell and Nordkraft collaborate to build a production facility that will provide liquid hydrogen for use in ferries and lay the foundation for a hydrogen cluster with new green jobs in Northern Norway.

Photo: Lasse Hyldager/Green Hydrogen Systems

The Norwegian Public Roads Administration has announced a tender inviting hydrogen bids for Norway's longest ferry line across the Vestfjorden waters, a competition that Shell and Nordkraft mean to win together.

Norway's governmental hydrogen investment and the tender for the Bodø-Moskenes line have as their purpose the transition to emissions-free transportation and value creation. Shell's and Nordkraft's intention is to collaborate on making the world's first integrated value chain for liquid hydrogen. According to the companies, this will happen by way of existing technology and create a hydrogen hub in Northern Norway.

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