Neptune Energy is an independent global E&P company with operations across Europe, North Africa and Asia Pacific. Neptune aims to store more carbon than is emitted from its operations and use of its products by 2030.
For the Dutch energy transition renewable energy from the North Sea is a must, think offshore hydrogen production, system integration and CO2 storage. The Netherlands is in a special position as, in addition to an extensive gas infrastructure network, we can harvest large amounts of wind energy in the North Sea, quantities that are also important internationally. The wind energy can be used to generate green hydrogen, which can then be transported to shore along with natural gas via existing pipelines for industry, the transport sector and for Dutch homes.
How do you see we can use the existing gas infrastructure at sea for renewable energy? How can in help to accelerate and where could be the drivers compared to alternatives?