A Repsol gas station in Spain.
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Repsol has announced plans to develop a facility that will use carbon dioxide and green hydrogen to generate net-zero emission fuels for use in the transportation sector.
The Spanish oil and gas firm also announced Monday that it would be involved in a project to produce gas from “urban waste.”
Both projects will be located in the north of Spain, with the major port city of Bilbao “and its surrounding area” mooted as a likely location.
Madrid-headquartered Repsol is working with Petronor and the Energy Agency of the Basque Government on the first scheme. Petronor, which Repsol has an 85.98% stake in, will take the lead…