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Blackstone to conduct green hydrogen study for North Vietnam mining operations

Blackstone to conduct green hydrogen study for North Vietnam mining operations

Blackstone Minerals is continuing its operation for zero-carbon mining operations by conducting a new green hydrogen study for its North Vietnam plant revealed today (June 17).

The company will investigate producing oxygen via the electrolysis of water, which will produce green hydrogen as a by-product through the utilisation of abundant renewable hydro-electric power and water available at Ta Khoa.

The company’s current pre-feasibility study requires the use of oxygen in the downstream processing plant with oxygen typically produced by a conventional cryogenic oxygen plant with nitrogen as a by-product.

Read more: Hydrogen and carbon capture being explored to decarbonise mining activities

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