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Ørsted, Topsøe join green-fuel consortium on Danish isle

A consortium of large companies such as Ørsted, Haldor Topsøe, Bunker Holding and Wärtsilä wants to explore the possibilities for using outlying Danish island Bornholm as a "green gas station" in the Baltic Sea.

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A new consortium called Bornholm Bunker Hub, with companies like Ørsted, Haldor Topsøe, Bunker Holding and Wärtsilä on board, are exploring the possibilities for using the Danish island as a "green gas station."

More specifically, the companies want to explore the potential for using Bornholm as a base for supplying sustainable fuels for vessels in the Baltic Sea.

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