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Novatek to work with Japan on hydrogen

The Russian gas player has signed a deal with Tokyo on distribution and production of the fuel

Russian independent gas producer Novatek has signed a deal with the Japanese government to work together on the production and distribution of ammonia and hydrogen. The two organisations will also collaborate on the development of blue hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies. They will then look to jointly implement pilot projects and develop standards and requirements in these areas. “The memorandum expands intergovernmental support for our climate projects that is of great importance for the successful implementation of Novatek’s strategic plans to further increase LNG production while correspondingly reducing our carbon footprint,” says Novatek chairman



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