Howden to provide hydrogen compression solution for Johnson Matthey’s Chile project

Howden has been selected to provide a hydrogen compression solution to Johnson Matthey (JM) to support the supply of leading-edge technologies, equipment and advisory services to the world’s first methanol plant to harness energy from the wind in Patagonia, Chile.

The Haru Oni project will enable production of e-fuels to supply Europe and other regions.

This initiative is set to contribute to the aim of the Green Deal commitment taken by the European Commission to raise the EU’s climate target for 2030 that would lead to Europe being the first climate-neutral continent by 2050.

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