Air Liquide and Sinopec sign MoU

Air Liquide and Sinopec sign MoU

In an important milestone for hydrogen mobility in China, French industrial gases group Air Liquide and Asia’s largest refiner Sinopec are partnering to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen mobility solutions in the country.

In the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron and China President Xi Jinping, the two companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in which they will study the development of the hydrogen mobility network.

The agreement will also see Air Liquide and Sinopec study the enhancement of the regulatory framework intrinsic to the development of hydrogen energy in China.

Air Liquide will provide Sinopec with its hydrogen supply chain expertise, from production and storage to distribution, in order to provide competitive hydrogen supply solutions to the Chinese clean mobility markets.

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