Colombian oil pipeline operator Cenit is contemplating repurposing its extensive pipeline and polyduct network to transport clean hydrogen, signaling a strategic shift in its business model.
Colombian Association of Industrialists (ANDI) and Naturgas have jointly launched Colombia’s very first hydrogen corridor project. This innovative endeavor, supported by nine prominent companies, aims to transform the way cargo is transported in a country where over 95% of goods are traditionally moved by road.
Colombia is embarking on a transformative journey towards a greener and more sustainable energy future with the commencement of the H2 Tour Colombia in Barranquilla.
Colombia, a nation renowned for its rich coffee exports and stunning landscapes, is on the brink of a remarkable transformation. This South American country is poised to emerge as a significant player in the global shipping industry’s shift toward scalable zero-emission fuels, primarily green hydrogen.
During a meeting with Colombian citizens residing in Germany, President Gustavo Petro extended an invitation for them to return to Colombia and contribute their knowledge to the production and export of green hydrogen.
ANERT appointed green hydrogen nodal agency ANERT is the State’s Green Hydrogen nodal agency. The Power Department’s decision was based…
Colombia has set ambitious goals to become a significant producer and exporter of green hydrogen by 2030.
A crucial component of the country’s and the region’s energy transition is Ecopetrol. They describe themselves as “the most significant conglomerate in Colombia, whose objective is to serve as a benchmark for the American continent’s transition.”
According to a regulation issued, blue and green hydrogen projects would be eligible for the same tax benefits as non-conventional renewable energy projects.
Colombia was listed for the first time on the world map of hydrogen trade routes in the report of the International Energy Forum