GasTerra's operations to be gradually phased out over the next few years
GasTerra, the sales office for Groningen gas, is to be gradually phased out over the next few years. Stopping gas production in Groningen means GasTerra's core activity will no longer exist in the long-term.
'A greener planet every day'
In 2017 a ship called New Nexus sailed from Groningen for a journey around the world. On board were two enterprising men planning to complete this journey using solar, wind and hydro energy, clearing up and recycling plastic waste as they travelled.
Incumbent energy companies are indispensable
Yesterday CEO Annie Krist spoke at the opening of the academic year of the Economics and Business Studies Faculty in Groningen. The key message was: without the established energy companies, the current energy transition will be very difficult if not impossible
H-vision kicks off the hydrogen economy in Rotterdam
The large-scale production and utilisation of blue hydrogen will allow local industry in Rotterdam to substantially reduce its CO2 emissions, well before 2030. This is one of the main conclusions of the feasibility study carried out by 16 companies and organisations, under the guidance of...
Embracing the green future
The CEO of GasTerra, Annie Krist, spoke at the jubilee edition of the Flame conference in Amsterdam about the need to rapidly develop a market for CO2-neutral hydrogen.
Balancing the portfolio 24 hours per day
What is involved in balancing a large gas portfolio? Fourteen dispatchers work day and night to carry out this responsible task.
Green hydrogen is far too expensive for the moment
We interviewed Professor Machiel Mulder. Under his leadership, a team from the University of Groningen explored the economic potential of blue and green hydrogen.
Elfstedentocht (Eleven Cities Tour) in February: skating or swimming?
In 1986 we still had an Elfstedentoch (Eleven Cities Tour), how different is it now in 2019 with the hottest February month ever.