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Eneos and Neoen to work on hydrogen supply chain

Two firms will look to bring down costs of producing fuel in Australia and shipping it to Japan

Japanese oil and gas firm Eneos is working with French renewable energy producer Neoen to establish the feasibility of a green hydrogen supply chain between Australia and Japan. The companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on producing the fuel in Australia and transporting it to meet demand in Japan. Neoen will study the feasibility of a stable renewable  generation supply for electrolysis and the most efficient electrolysis technologies. 2GW – Renewable capacity operated by Neoen in South Australia Eneos will aim to produce methylcyclohexane more efficiently and cheaply in an effort to use it as a carrier for transporting hydrogen to, and storing

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