New agreement to explore ammonia exports to Singapore from Australia’s hydrogen hubs

A new international partnership will explore the potential exportation of ammonia from Australia’s hydrogen hubs in Queensland and New South Wales to Singapore.

Keppel Infrastructure, Incitec Pivot, and Temasek have all signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU), revealed today (Nov 5), to explore the feasibility for this project that could enhance the exportation potential of Australian made hydrogen.

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