ExxonMobil, partners to explore green hydrogen and ammonia in Norway


As major industry looks to clean alternative energy sources to power its processes, green hydrogen production is being seen as a viable method of reducing emissions.

Seeking to decarbonise the marine industry, energy giant ExxonMobil has signed a deal with Grieg Edge, North Ammonia, and GreenH to study the production and distribution of green hydrogen and ammonia for lower-emission marine fuels at its Slagen terminal in Norway. 

Powered by hydroelectricity, the terminal could produce up to 20,000 metric tonnes of green hydrogen and up to 100,000 metric tonnes of green ammonia, according to the study. 

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