The suite, powered by wind or solar, will allow sea water to be put through a desalination process, then electrolysed to produce hydrogen. It can then be exported to shore by pipeline or a carrier vessel.   

For high capacities and further from shore, the hydrogen is converted by adding an ammonia or a Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) unit and transferred to a floating storage and offloading vessel.  

The French based company claim that by adding hydrogen storage and fuel cells, the facility ensures a stable and continuous power supply for electrified oil and gas facilities powered by wind turbines.  

Technip Energies have said that its offshore can be a fixed or floating structure, allowing it to be tailored to a range of clients and their requirements. 

Laure Mandrou, Senior Vice-President, Carbon-Free Solutions at Technip Energies, stated, “With more than 50 years of experience in hydrogen and an extensive expertise in offshore, we are proud to offer this innovative and flexible suite of solutions for the production of green hydrogen and its derivatives.  

“GO.H2TM by T.EN illustrates our commitment to technology as a key driver to accelerate the journey towards a low-carbon future.”  

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