Access to energy, always
Gasunie is an energy network operator. In the Netherlands and the northern part of Germany, we manage and maintain the infrastructure for large-scale transport and storage of gas. At the moment, this is mainly natural gas, but the energy transition will increasingly bring about a shift towards green gas and hydrogen. We also collaborate in the construction and management of heat and CO₂ grids. We ensure that this part of the energy supply is safe, reliable and as sustainable as possible, ensuring that everyone has access to energy, always.
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Following the launch of the NortH2 project on 27 February 2020, Gasunie, Groningen Seaports and Shell Nederland welcome two new partners, RWE and Equinor to...Meer informatie over NortH₂ welcomes new international partners RWE and Equinor
In the coming period, Porthos will continue to work together with four companies on preparations for the capture, transport and storage of CO2. The partners...Meer informatie over Porthos and companies press ahead with CCS system
The Netherlands: Hydrogen Land Investment plan worth 9 billion euros should ensure a leading position in Europe
Today, businesses and government bodies in the Northern Netherlands will present their investment plan for hydrogen in their region to various Dutch MPs. The...Meer informatie over The Netherlands: Hydrogen Land Investment plan worth 9 billion euros should ensure a leading position in Europe
The European Commission has proposed awarding 102 million euros in funding to the Porthos project. The Porthos project centres on the capture and storage of...Meer informatie over 102 million euros in funding on the horizon for Porthos carbon storage project
Our role in transitioning to clean energy
For the time being, natural gas will remain a key component of the energy transition. Other carbon-neutral gases need to be added to the mix, so in the run-up to 2050, Gasunie will be concentrating on green gas, hydrogen, district heating grids and carbon capture and storage. We will also be working towards collaborative energy, i.e. closer collaboration between gas and electricity networks.