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Ports of Antwerp-Bruges and Houston sign MoU for green corridor

The Center for Houston’s Future, Waterstofnet, Port Houston, the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, Exmar, and the Blue Sky Maritime Coalition have agreed on an import-export coalition for renewable and low-carbon molecules, a green shipping corridor and the exchange of best practices, knowledge and research.

Posted on December 13, 2023

According to the Port of Houston, the signing of this Memorandum of Understanding is a first step in solidifying such a partnership between crucial stakeholders based in countries that are strategic allies. Furthermore, as stated, other stakeholders on both sides are welcome and encouraged to join as partners start working on a roadmap for implementation.

H.E. Alexander De Croo, Prime Minister of Belgium, witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on Energy Transition Cooperation between three Belgian and three Houston-based partners to boost transatlantic cooperation on the green transition.

The Center for Houston’s Future, building on our recent trade mission to Germany and Poland in which we explored developing a transatlantic clean hydrogen alliance, was excited to welcome Prime Minister De Croo as he participated in a clean energy roundtable hosted by the Greater Houston Partnership

… said Center CEO, Brett Perlman.

We are pleased to be a signatory to this MOU, which helps further strengthen Port Houston’s mission to drive job creation and economic prosperity for our region

… added Port Houston Chairman, Ric Campo


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