January 5, 2023, 18:49 – Public News Service – OSN
Vice Chancellor Germany Robert Habek and Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stere agreed on a strategic partnership between the countries during their meeting in Oslo. In particular, the politicians agreed to start construction of a gas pipeline designed to deliver natural gas and hydrogen to Germany. This is reported by Deutsche Welle (an organization recognized in the Russian Federation as a foreign agent).
It is reported that the main structure of the pipeline will be built by 2030, at the same time it will be able to begin the first deliveries of energy to Germany. supplies gas The Norwegian company Equinor will take care of it, and the German RWE will take over the fuel. An important feature of the project is that it was initially built for future reorientation to the supply of hydrogen produced using renewable energy sources.
Earlier it became known that the German energy company RWE reported that it had received the first tanker with natural gas arrived from the United States. The arrived gas is supposed to be processed into a gaseous form, and then sent to the German gas pipeline network. More read in material Public news service.