The Germans found a way to use the SP-2 at full power, replacing the gas


In Germany, they approved a strategy to increase the use of hydrogen until 2030. The country's authorities in this regard speak of "green" hydrogen, but the use of "blue" hydrogen is also not discounted. Deliveries of such environmentally friendly fuel may well be carried out through Nord Stream-2, which in this case will work at full capacity. This writes the Polish edition of BiznesAlert.


Berlin plans to invest about 9 billion euros to promote the project on the use of hydrogen. The country's goal is to produce about 5 GW of fuel by 2030.

Companies from Germany participate in the implementation of the Nord Stream-2 pipeline, which is currently disputed at various levels. According to the declaration of Gazprom, this gas pipeline can also be used for pumping hydrogen. Germany creates the necessary infrastructure for the transportation of this gas, and one of the priorities of the German presidency in the EU from July 2020 could be the creation of a European market for hydrogen

- indicates BiznesAlert.

Under the traditional Nord Stream-2 functioning scheme, the pipeline could only work at half capacity — such restrictions were imposed by the European Union Gas Directive. According to this document, in order to avoid monopolism, independent suppliers should also have access to the pipeline, which are absent in the case of SP-2. These conditions do not apply to hydrogen. Thus, the supply of this fuel can be a reasonable way out.
  • Used photos: www.nord-stream.com
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  1. T. Henks Offline T. Henks
    T. Henks (Igor) 12 June 2020 19: 24
    -2
    Another nonsense freaks.
  2. Machete Offline Machete
    Machete 12 June 2020 19: 26
    +3
    The Germans will find a way to not offend themselves.
    Everything will be fine with SP-2. Not now, but over time.
  3. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
    Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 12 June 2020 19: 42
    -5
    I wonder how it looks technically? Part of the pipe for natural gas, part for hydrogen?
    1. Dear sofa expert. 12 June 2020 21: 25
      +2
      Nord Stream 2 (Nord Stream 2) is a gas pipeline under construction from Russia to Germany through the Baltic Sea that is 1234 km long (2468 km along two lines).

      Wiki
      1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
        Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 12 June 2020 23: 00
        -4
        Well, and which side is hydrogen here? Natural gas on one thread, hydrogen on another. It smacks of delirium.
        1. Dear sofa expert. 12 June 2020 23: 02
          +1
          So which side is hydrogen here? It smacks of delirium.

          You have a weak scent.
          1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
            Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 12 June 2020 23: 06
            -4
            For delusions, a special scent is not needed.
            1. Dear sofa expert. 12 June 2020 23: 12
              0
              For delusions, a special scent is not needed.

              Yes, the Germans are generally stupid. Don't even get close to their cars. Drive Israeli only.
              1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
                Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 13 June 2020 09: 15
                -4
                Why Israeli, I will buy a WHA, he has powerful clamps. :))) In general, there is enough fool everywhere, the Germans are no exception. But I did not drive German cars and I am not going to. Exclusively Japanese. The famous "German quality" machines are long gone.
                1. Dear sofa expert. 13 June 2020 10: 29
                  +4
                  Why Israeli

                  Really, why? Dear, probably very?

                  everywhere there is a fool, Germans are no exception

                  Yeah, enough. Some were even invited to the boards of directors of Rosneft and Nord Stream 2 to prevent too many smart people from sitting there. One of them was such a jerk that he even “visited” the German Chancellors. A sort of German "Emelya on the stove has lain all the time.")

                  German quality 'machines a long time ago

                  German quality suits me.
                  And about the Japanese - they undoubtedly have good cars.
                  Only now, if you are talking about Japanese quality, then there are not so many purely Japanese models left, and they are mostly right-handed for domestic markets. And what is not produced in Japan can hardly be called "Japanese quality."
                  1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
                    Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 13 June 2020 10: 52
                    -3
                    It is difficult to call the managers of Rosneft and Gazprom very smart, given their deafening failures. Well, as for that “dunce,” a good penny doesn’t bother anyone; nobody has canceled corruption yet. And as for Japanese cars, exporting left-handed cars of decent quality is quite enough, they are simply more expensive than budget ones. This is a common misconception that, supposedly, “left-handedness” is a detector of real Japanese quality. I agree to overpay, but to buy an export analogue of the model for the domestic market, it’s Japanese-made .. They are enough, I had all the machines in Japan.
                    1. Dear sofa expert. 13 June 2020 11: 36
                      +3
                      It is difficult to call the managers of Rosneft and Gazprom very smart, given their deafening failures.

                      If you continue to talk stubbornly about “deafening failures,” then you will have to admit the terrible fact for you that Russia is still not a “gas station country”. Otherwise, you will be “all so controversial”)) Choose.

                      Well, as for that “dunce,” a good penny doesn’t bother anyone; nobody has canceled corruption yet.

                      You may not have heard, but G. Schroeder refused $ 500 for work on the board of directors of Rosneft.
                      According to the Transparency International Corruption Perception Index for 2018, Germany ranks 11th and Israel is 33rd out of 180 countries.
                      33, of course, is also not bad, but three times worse than the German indicator. So, first begin to consider foolishness in your "fatherland".
                      1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
                        Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 13 June 2020 12: 12
                        -2
                        Corruption is everywhere, and Israel is no exception. The question is where they are fighting with her, and where they are only declaring the fight against her. By the way, ask where Russia is in this ranking. As for Schroeder, then giving up on the camera from dividends still does not mean anything. In Russia, there are many ways to deceive, and for so many years to teach Schroeder is not a problem. He received his dividends without a doubt. In Germany itself, of course, corruption is quite low, but in the case of Schroeder, what does Germany have to do with it? But foolishness, as I have already repeatedly noted, is enough everywhere, and Israel cannot be an exception. But with regard to corruption - in order not to go far, try somewhere in Israel to give a police bribe. Do you know what will happen to you after that? And what about this in Russia?
                      2. Dear sofa expert. 13 June 2020 20: 08
                        +1
                        And what about this in Russia?

                        Already much better. Mostly Jews bribed a bribe (they had money for it). And now the Jews moved, corruption has become less))
                      3. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
                        Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 13 June 2020 21: 53
                        -3
                        Seriously? And everywhere they write that corruption has only intensified. In addition, it is not clear - then it should go off scale in Israel, but according to the latest ratings it is at a fairly good level by world standards, and Russia is closer to the end in it. Why's that? No way again, an anti-Russian conspiracy to defame the bonds?
                      4. Dear sofa expert. 13 June 2020 21: 57
                        +1
                        everywhere they write that corruption has only intensified.

                        Well, let's say there is still material to work with. Here you only need to impose scarves) (a joke, of course).
  • Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 12 June 2020 20: 01
    -3
    In fact, all of you are right. This is complete nonsense. By the 30th year. Pipes, etc. not suitable for hydrogen. Gazprom again flies to the state. grandmas.

    Saves on lawyers, he profiled a bunch of everything ...
  • Warrior Offline Warrior
    Warrior 12 June 2020 23: 01
    0
    It is necessary for the Germans to pump shit 2% on SP-50, and then let them process it even into methane, even into hydrogen ....
    And everything is environmentally friendly ..
    1. Dear sofa expert. 12 June 2020 23: 18
      +3
      It is necessary for the Germans to pump shit 2% on SP-50, and then let them process it even into methane, even into hydrogen ....

      Yes, the Germans will make candy out of shit, and they will sell it to you. Found something to laugh at.
  • Astronaut Offline Astronaut
    Astronaut (San Sanych) 13 June 2020 01: 08
    +2
    It remains only to find as much hydrogen as methane. laughing
  • Valery Mikhailovich K. (Valery Mikhailovich Kokurin) 13 June 2020 06: 01
    +1
    Very promising direction. Obtaining hydrogen from natural gas is a completely solvable task. Rise in price against ecology ... Ecology will win. This is a saving straw, for SP-2 (if not profuka). There are questions of harmful emissions, at processing sites, during distillation into hydrogen (in Siberia, in the North). Compensatory measures are likely to be required, otherwise the fuel cannot be called environmentally friendly. To prevent this, Europe is in chocolate, and Siberia is polluted with emissions. And this is the most important.
    1. Dear sofa expert. 13 June 2020 10: 43
      +2
      Europe is in chocolate, and Siberia is polluted with emissions.

      What is filthy? What emissions?
      Carbon dioxide conversion of methane is a waste-free process. The only negative is that a large amount of heat is generated. But since you are talking about Siberia, then you can find the use of heat there. Especially in winter. By the way, cooling systems, for example, hydroelectric power plants give out not less heat. It is used to heat nearby areas.
      1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
        Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 13 June 2020 12: 14
        -2
        But you at the oil workers working in Siberia, for example, take an interest - Siberia is polluted or not.
        1. Dear sofa expert. 13 June 2020 12: 25
          +3
          But you at the oil workers working in Siberia, for example, take an interest - Siberia is polluted or not.

          You are generally in the subject, what are we talking about?
          We are now talking about the conversion of methane, with the aim of obtaining a "green fuel" of hydrogen.
          The transition to hydrogen is just planned as an alternative to hydrocarbons.
          About the Siberian oil industry workers, it’s not for you to give me advice.
          I lived there, and I know what a refinery is. As, however, other oil refining countries know this. And that is why I understand the importance of switching to more environmentally friendly forms of energy production.
          1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
            Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 13 June 2020 18: 49
            -4
            About methane is understandable, but I'm talking about the filthiness of Siberia in general, which you yourself confirm. Only methane conversion is a very, very distant future, and as applied to the Nord Stream, is nothing more than Manilovism.
            1. Dear sofa expert. 13 June 2020 18: 53
              +2
              but I'm talking about the filth of Siberia

              - And I'm talking about the filthiness of not only Siberia. Considering that Russia trades in raw materials more often, and oil refining is carried out in just many other countries, I dare to assume that the pollution is there. By the way, America’s favorite method of energy production by the methods of “fracturing” is still bad for nature.