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© Fortescue and Actis
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© Fortescue and Actis

Fortescue, Actis secure land for 200,000-tonne green hydrogen plant in Oman

A consortium between Australia’s Fortescue and investor Actis has been awarded the rights to develop, build, own and operate a 200,000-tonne-per-year green hydrogen project in Oman.

Awarded by Energy Development Oman (EDO)-owned Hydrogen Oman (Hydrom), the land is expected to host up to 4.5GW of wind and solar resources to power electrolysis for the production of up to 200,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year.

Fortescue and Actis currently plan to sell hydrogen produced at the site to local industrial offtakers as well as processing some into derivatives such as ammonia for export through the Port of Salah.

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