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EP Infrastructure (EPIF), Eustream, NAFTA and RWE Supply & Trading are looking to jointly explore the potential development of state-of-the art blue hydrogen production facilities in eastern Slovakia. To this end the companies have now signed a Memorandum of Understanding. RWE Supply & Trading could off-take and import the produced hydrogen to Germany and other RWE core markets in Western Europe. The hydrogen could then be transmitted through a repurposed Eustream gas pipeline to Germany. The carbon dioxide captured during hydrogen generation could be stored within depleted natural gas fields in Slovakia or neighbouring Central Eastern European countries, including Ukraine. The partners aim to help accelerate the ramp-up of the hydrogen economy and significantly contribute to the European decarbonisation ambitions. more
Four leading Central European gas infrastructure companies have joined forces to develop a hydrogen highway through Central Europe. The focus of the joint initiative called the Central European Hydrogen Corridor is on developing a hydrogen “highway” in Central Europe for the transport of hydrogen from promising future major hydrogen supply areas in Ukraine that offers excellent conditions for large-scale, green hydrogen production via Slovakia and the Czech Republic to large hydrogen demand areas in Germany and the EU. The hydrogen corridor will also enable transporting hydrogen between hydrogen production facilities and hydrogen consumers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Participating companies include EUSTREAM (the Slovak gas TSO), Gas TSO of Ukraine (GTSOU), NET4GAS (the Czech gas TSO) and OGE (a leading German gas TSO). more
Slovak TSO EUSTREAM has joined the international industry partnership for the production and supply of green hydrogen H2EU+Store. Hydrogen from sun and wind will be produced in Ukraine, transported via EUSTREAM’s network to Austria and Germany and stored for seasonal demand in Central Europe in the future. more
 

Eustream - the gas crossroads of Central Europe

Our basic mission is to transport natural gas in Slovakia and through Slovakia to the European markets.

To this end, we operate a large-scale high-pressure gas transmission system in the territory of the Slovak Republic. This transmission system represents an important energy link between the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and the European Union.

In other words, we are the main entry gate and the biggest highway for Russian gas in the EU. The business name “Eustream” is intended to reflect this specific role we have.