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Eneos and Origin Energy to study hydrogen supply chain

Japanese oil and gas firm continues to pursue partnerships with Australian players to develop a supply chain between the two countries

Japanese oil and gas firm Eneos is working with Australian utility Origin Energy to study the development of a green hydrogen supply chain between Japan and Australia. Origin will focus on use of renewable energy and water electrolysis cells for hydrogen production in Queensland, while 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 it in—Japan. Hydrogen is inefficient and expensive to ship in its pure form because it needs to be cooled to very low temperatures. Eneos' existing petroleum-related infrastructure—including tankers, storage sites and dehydrogenation facilities—can be utilised

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