Hydrogen: Rapporteur wants to limit blending

The admixture of hydrogen in long-distance pipelines favored by natural gas network operators is meeting with resistance in the EU Parliament. The Commission had proposed to oblige transport network operators to accept an admixture of up to five percent at the border crossing from October 2025. ITRE’s rapporteur on the gas market regulation, Jerzy Buzek (EPP), wants to delete the corresponding paragraph. This is according to the draft report published by “Contexte” on Friday.

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