Technology aimed at development of in-situ hydrogen production sites in depleted hydrocarbon reservoirs. Energy transition and reusing existing infrastructure. Technology enables conversion of residual oil saturation into green hydrogen.

The primary  objective of Baltic Hydrogen is to perform a field test of the hydrogen production techniques to demonstrate their viability to produce green hydrogen in depleted oil fields at a commercial scale. The second objective is to evaluate the techniques and equipment necessary to produce electricity and/or ammonia from hydrogen on-site, and the third objective is to develop means to transport the ammonia without generating greenhouse gases.

Green hydrogen production has the potential to be a globally relevant energy source due to its clean and efficient nature. Hydrogen gas is a versatile fuel that can be used to generate electricity, heat, and propulsion, and it produces only water when burned. It can also be converted directly to ammonia which can be transported more easily than hydrogen itself and can be used to make fertilizer. This makes it an attractive alternative to fossil fuels, which produce greenhouse gases when burned and contribute to air pollution.