Industrial gases company White Martins has signed a preliminary agreement with the Pecém Industrial and Port Complex (CIPP) to support the development of a green hydrogen hub in Brazil.
The Port complex, situated 60km from Fortaleza, will be built by Australia’s Enegix Energy following an investment of $5.4bn to develop the hub with support from White Martins.
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White Martins hopes to expand on its current industrial gases plant, situated in the Port, by introducing new facilities that support hydrogen production and distribution, ammonia production, hydrogen liquefaction and the use of hydrogen in transport.
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