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Mitsui and Origin study ammonia supply into Japan

Japanese shipping giant and Australian energy firm aim to establish export supply chain by year-end

Japanese shipping company Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has signed a memorandum of understanding to work with Australia’s Origin Energy to study the development  a supply chain for green ammonia exports from Australia by the end of this year. “MOL and Origin will complete a feasibility study on marine transportation of ammonia, demand in Japan and Asia and developing a supply chain by December of this year,” MOL says. “MOL and Origin will complete a feasibility study on marine transportation of ammonia, demand in Japan and Asia and developing a supply chain by December of this year” MOL Origin is pursuing several green ammonia and hydrogen projects, including a green ammonia export p

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