Germany should ratify the amended Article 6 of the London Protocol as soon as possible to allow carbon dioxide (CO2) to be transported to neighbouring countries.
That’s the view of Klaus Langemann, SVP Carbon Management and Hydrogen at Wintershall Dea, speaking at the Handelsblatt Energy Summit in Berlin.
“On top of that, bilateral agreements must be concluded with CO2-receiving countries,” he added. Denmark and Belgium signed an agreement of this kind in October and Germany could also follow this example in order to remain competitive as an industrial powerhouse, believes Langemann.
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