Papua New Guinea could produce 2.3 million tonnes of green hydrogen per year with new agreement

Papua New Guinea (PNG) could receive a significant boost in developing its green hydrogen ecosystem with the nation partnering with Fortescue Future industries (FFI) to develop multiple large-scale green hydrogen projects.

With the signing of a master development agreement (MDA), this will enable FFI to undertake several feasibility studies that aim to put the nation on the global green hydrogen map.

FFI said that in developing these projects, the company can tap into PNG’s hydrogen production potential with the identified projects capable of producing 2.3 million tonnes of green hydrogen per year.

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