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Large-scale deployment of low-carbon hydrogen to be assessed in Indonesia

Large-scale deployment of low-carbon hydrogen to be assessed in Indonesia

ExxonMobil and Pertamina have agreed a new agreement that will see the two companies explore low-carbon technologies in Indonesia with hydrogen set to feature in the companies plans.

The memorandum of understanding (MoU), revealed today (Nov 2), aims to evaluate the possibility of implementing large-scale deployment of the low-carbon technologies to support the energy transition in the Asian country.

Should hydrogen technologies be developed, the region could become a hub for the production of hydrogen whilst also providing an opportunity to extend into the lucrative hydrogen market.

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