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JERA, PTT ink MOU for hydrogen and ammonia supply chain dev’t

This will boost Thailand’s decarbonisation efforts.

Japan’s JERA and Thailand’s state-owned petroleum firm PTT Public Company signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the development of a hydrogen and ammonia supply chain for the Southeast Asian country.

In a statement, the parties said the MOU will include the evaluation of the feasibility of ammonia cracking technology to bring hydrogen to Thailand and consider jointly developing hydrogen/ammonia upstream business and investment opportunities.

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The partnership will contribute to Thailand’s plan to become carbon neutral by 2050 and achieve net zero by 2065.

PTT also plans to reach net-zero emissions by 2050 in line with Thailand’s National Energy Plan, whilst JERO also has its net-zero emissions plan for 2050.

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