Re-Stream Study Launch Event

The Re-Stream cross-industry study provides fact-based elements on the reuse of oil and gas infrastructure by identifying and assessing relevant infrastructure, and defining which technical adaptations and investments would be required to unlock its potential for re-use for both CO2 and hydrogen.


On 29 November 2021, study authors Carbon Limits and DNV presented Re-Stream to an online audience of 200 participants. The Member of the European Parliament Maria Spyraki delivered opening remarks, and the funding partners IOGP Europe, ENTSOG, Concawe and GIE delivered short remarks in an exchange moderated by Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Scholar at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy.



The study confirms the significant potential for reuse of oil and gas infrastructure in Europe for hydrogen and carbon dioxide transport: reusing existing oil and gas infrastructure can lead to more cost-efficient deployment of CCS and hydrogen, reducing the costs of the energy transition.


Find out more on Re-Stream study.