Canadian produced low-carbon hydrogen to be exported to Japan under new MoU

Alberta, Canada, could be set for a huge boost to its low-carbon hydrogen production chain under a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Mitsubishi Corporation and Shell Canada.

The MoU will focus on the production of low-carbon hydrogen, through the usage of carbon capture and storage (CCS), with a new facility to be built near Edmonton in the latter half of this decade.

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