Sasol, ITOCHU sign agreement to develop green ammonia market and supply chain

Sasol and ITOCHU have revealed the companies have signed an agreement to jointly study and develop the market and supply chain for hydrogen-produced green ammonia, with a focus on its use as bunkering fuel and power generation.

Under the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), the companies plan to evaluate Japanese-based ITOCHU’s potential involvement and participation in Sasol’s green ammonia export-orientated projects.

H2 View understands the forementioned projects include product offtake as well as financial support from Japan for studies and grants relating to green ammonia projects in South Africa.

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