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Conference and trade fair
H2morrow press conference, Essen, 2019
Germany’s stated goal is to become largely greenhouse gas-neutral by 2050 without jeopardising its economic and innovative strength or security of supply. Many experts believe that hydrogen will play a central role in achieving this goal. But where will climate-neutral energy come from? Equinor and OGE answered this key question at a press conference in Berlin on 8 October 2019 by presenting a feasibility study and their joint "H2morrow" project.
Energy Policy Dialogue 2019
On 5 September 2019, Open Grid Europe hosted its sixth Energy Policy Dialogue. The aim of the event is to strengthen dialogue between politics, business, science and society on matters relating to energy policy.
Mit Michael Theben (Head of the Climate Protection Department of the Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Digitization and Energy of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia), Dr. Felix Christian Matthes (Research Coordinator for Energy and Climate Policy at the Ökoinstitut and member of the WSB Commission), MdB Andreas Rimkus (Member of the Bundestag Committee for Economics and Energy), Detlev Wösten (Member of the Executive Board of the H&R Group and Chairman of the VCI Nord), Dr. Jörg Bergmann (Chairman of the Board, Open Grid Europe).
Expansion and upgrade of the compressor station in Werne
The compressor station in Werne is the central hub in Germany’s natural gas grid. 13 pipelines from different directions meet at the site, transporting natural gas from the Netherlands, also referred to as L-gas, and natural gas from the North Sea, also known as H-gas, to the Ruhr region and further on south. About 25 billion m³ or roughly a quarter of the natural gas consumed in Germany every year passes through the compressor station in Werne.