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The H2med project is entering a new phase of its development.

The three developing partners of the BarMar project, Enagás (transmission system operator from Spain) and GRTgaz and Teréga (transmission system operators from France), in coordination with OGE (transmission system operator from Germany), have decided to award the Wood company to conduct the preliminary engineering studies, perform the analysis of route alternatives and select the corridor of the BarMar project. The societal and environmental impact studies are also launched today and will be conducted by Tecnoambiente, supported by Francom and Natural Power.

Enagás, GRTgaz and Teréga, in coordination with OGE, are pleased to announce the successful awarding of contracts to conduct the essential preliminary engineering studies to Wood company.

The scope of work includes analyzing the various potential routes for the offshore pipeline to connect

Barcelona to Marseille across the Mediterranean Sea. This comprehensive evaluation will allow to identify a preferred corridor for BarMar, and will consider technical, economic, environmental, and societal perspectives, emphasizing the commitment of the three Transmission System Operators (TSOs) to a well-rounded and sustainable approach.

Given the cross-border and multidisciplinary nature of the BarMar project, the social and environmental impact will be conducted by Tecnoambiente, supported by Francom and Natural Power.

BarMar is part of the H2med project. The H2med project is composed of a hydrogen interconnection between Portugal and Spain (Celorico da Beira – Zamora) as well as a maritime pipeline connecting Spain and France (Barcelona – Marseille).

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