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Aker, CapeOmega, Shell to produce hydrogen from natural gas

Aker, CapeOmega, Shell to produce hydrogen from natural gas

Aker Clean Hydrogen, CapeOmega and A/S Norske Shell have joined forces to develop a large-scale hydrogen production facility using natural gas in Norway.

Having signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today (July 12), the trio will look to develop the plant from the local gas processing plant at Nyhamna, Norway.

Shell is the operator of the Ormen Lange gas field on the Norwegian continental shelf and Technical Service Provider at the gas plant at Nyhamna in Aukra.

With the development of the new hydrogen site, it is hoped that hydrogen can decarbonise local industrial processes, provide emission-free fuel for sea and road transport, as well as being exported to European hydrogen customers.

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