Mexico wants to excel in this new industry by taking advantage of its privileged geographical location, which together with its climatic conditions, would allow it to generate green hydrogen with relative ease.
Just a few months ago, work began on the construction of the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply vessel to be manufactured in Spain.
Chile joins the group of countries that are joining the race for green hydrogen, which it intends to turn into the engine of its energy future.
Eugenia Sillero has been the Secretary General of Gasnam, the Iberian Association for natural gas-powered mobility, since 2018. Its aim is to promote the use of natural and renewable gas in mobility, both on land and at sea in the Iberian Peninsula. As part of our series of interviews with women from the energy sector, today she shares with us her views on equality, leadership and the challenges facing the sector in the coming years.
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