Shell's successor deems Danish refinery life-long investment

Crossbridge Energy, heir to Shell's oil refinery in Denmark, cuts the first turf for Europe's largest hydrogen plant, which is set to provide green H2.

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On July 1, British-Dutch oil supermajor Shell's refinery in Fredericia, Denmark, was handed over to Crossbridge Energy, a subsidiary of PL ESG Denmark Co. The latter is a subdivision of Delaware-registered firm ESG Energy Partners, which has close ties with Postlane partners.

According to its own minimalist presentation, Postlane Partners is a US private investment company founded five years ago in Stamford, which handles assets worth around USD 900m on the North American and European markets.

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