March 2022, Vol. 249, No. 3

Special Section: Hydrogen

Hydrogen Briefs

Consortium to Develop Green H2, Ammonia Project in Malaysia   Samsung Engineering signed an MOU to develop a green hydrogen and ammonia project with Lotte Chemical, POSCO and SEDC Energy SDN.   A shipment of pipe arrives in Greece’s northern region of West Macedonia ahead of work on a 102-mile (163-km) coated steel hydrogen pipeline. (photo: CWP) The H2Biscus Project will be located in Bintulu, Sarawak State, Malaysia. The project is designed to convert hydropower and natural gas to green hydrogen/methanol and blue hydrogen and for the conversion of hydrogen to ammonia, for shipment to Korea and Sarawak.    Based on the results of the

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