Equinor and VNG extending cooperation to hydrogen, ammonia and carbon capture
Norwegian company Equinor, a broadly based energy company, and German gas company VNG AG have agreed to extend their existing cooperation in natural gas into the new areas of low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia as well as in carbon capture, utilization and offshore storage of CO2 (CCU and CCS).
VNG AG Supervisory Board reconstituted
Shareholders of VNG AG elected a new Supervisory Board at today’s Annual General Meeting in keeping with the required cycle.
Financial statements for 2021: VNG financially successful – looking ahead to a challenging year in 2022
Adjusted EBIT increased to EUR 225 million – VNG made progress in the areas of biogas and hydrogen – war in Ukraine marks a turning point in energy policy – focus on security of supply and acceleration of the energy transition in 2022