Swedish e-methanol project obtains building permit

FlagshipOne, owned jointly by Liquid Wind and Ørsted, has obtained building permit for Sweden’s first large-scale facility for production of e-methanol.

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E-methanol project FlagshipOne, which has Ørsted in the circle of owners, has now obtained a building permit for establishing the first large-scale facility in Sweden from a district court under the Swedish Land and Environmental Court of Appeals approximately nine months after the application was submitted.

”We’re very pleased to have reached this milestone for the project, which will soon be able to deliver green fuels at scale and accelerate a phase-out of fossil fuels within shipping as well as other sectors,” says Vice President, Head of Hydrogen at Ørsted Anders Nordstrøm.

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