Chemical Cluster Delfzijl is salt and chlorine related with specialty and performance chemical companies on site and is an example of chemical industries exploiting local reserves. The region is rich in natural gas and salt. Bordering on the North Sea / Eems Estuary dykes, Chemical Cluster Delfzijl has direct access to sea, inland shipping, the motorway infrastructure of Northwest Europe, and railroad. CHEMICAL CLUSTER DELFZIJL ANIMATION
Core Sectors / Industries
- Base chemicals (chlorine based)
- Specialty chemicals
- Performance chemicals.
Groningen Seaports invests €43.7 million in Oosterhorn-Zuid, Delfzijl, The Netherlands
The area needs to be developed because space in the port is becoming increasingly scarce, while the industrial market and the corresponding demand for space continue to grow.
Europe’s largest green hydrogen project starts in Groningen
A consortium of Gasunie, Groningen Seaports and Shell Nederland announces that they intend to launch the NortH2 project: the production of green hydrogen using renewable electricity generated by a...
AkzoNobel, Eneco and Groningen Seaports invest in sustainable steam generation
AkzoNobel has signed a multi-year agreement to purchase sustainably generated steam from Dutch energy provider Eneco. The partnership will help to reduce the company’s CO2 emissions by more than 10...