Norway brings forward gas supplies

Norway is helping the whole European continent to quickly refill its gas storage facilities and is bringing forward gas deliveries to the summer months. Germany and Norway also agreed on Wednesday to cooperate on hydrogen imports, the Federal Ministry of Economics announced at the end of a trip to the country by department head Robert Habeck (Greens). In the process, the ministry also wants to clear the way for the controversial blue hydrogen, which is produced from fossil natural gas.

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