H-vision is a large-scale blue hydrogen project in the Port of Rotterdam area in the Netherlands. A consortium of multiple parties in the port area are developing four steam-reforming plants, with a total capacity of 15-20 tonnes of hydrogen per hour. CO2 will be captured and stored in empty gas fields under the North Sea. The goal is to realise the complete project by 2030. In 2018, a feasibility study was started to explore the business case, technological challenges, hydrogen markets and CCS. The first plant is planned to open in 2025. The H-vision project will realise additional hydrogen supply to be used in e.g. power generation and as chemical feedstock. The final goal is to capture and store 8 Mt of CO₂ per year. Companies involved are Deltalinqs, Air Liquide, BP, Gasunie, Port of Rotterdam, Power Plant Rotterdam, Shell, Uniper, Vopak and ExxonMobil.