Eon acquires 25 percent of Horisont Energi

The German energy giant is buying into Norwegian Horisont Energi as part of a cooperation agreement for the development of carbon capture and sequestration as well production and value chain for clean hydrogen and ammonia.

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Eon is entering into a strategic cooperation with Norwegian Horisont Energi to develop a European service offering of end-to-end carbon capture and sequestration as well as production and value chains for clean hydrogen and ammonia, according to a press release.

"It will enable Eon to deliver a full outsourcing proposition to decarbonize, from site specific optimized carbon capture to secure long-term storage and clean hydrogen supply" says Patrick Lammers, Chief Operating Officer at Eon.

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