Plans ramp up to turn Saskatchewan, Canada, into a hydrogen hub

The Province of Saskatchewan, Canada, is ramping up development work in hopes of turning the Regina-Moose Jaw region into a hydrogen hub.

This had been confirmed on Monday (May 16) with the Ministry of Energy and Resources, Whitecap Resources, and Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) supporting a foundation report study, developed by the Transition Accelerator and the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC).

This study is aiming to provide investors with a thorough analysis of commercial-scale hydrogen opportunities and synergies with carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) infrastructure in Saskatchewan.

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