Reliance Industries reveals intention to become the world’s largest blue hydrogen producer

India’s Reliance Industries has made a major statement of intent revealing that it aims to become the world’s top blue hydrogen producer with the repurposing of a $4bn plant for blue hydrogen.

According to Bloomberg Quint, Reliance Industries will repurpose a plant that currently converts petroleum coke into synthesis gas so that it is able to create blue hydrogen that can be utilised across India.

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