At the beginning of 2021, over 30 countries have released hydrogen roadmaps, the industry has announced more than 200 hydrogen projects and governments worldwide have committed more than $70 billion in public funding
Nur-Sultan, November 2 - Neftegaz.RU.
Kazakhstan’s state-run KazMunayGas
, the leading global industrial gases and engineering company, have signed a MoU to develop jointly clean energy
projects in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan has a significant reserve of natural gas
The partners will conduct a feasibility study to implement a project to produce green hydrogen and green ammonia
In the 1st
phase, the partners will explore the possibility of producing hydrogen and ammonia using natural gas or water electrolysis
Linde has decades of experience in the field of hydrogen plants and has built more than 200 plants for hydrogen manufacture with capacities of from 1,000 to over 100,000 Nm³/h.
Thomas Hilker, Linde Gas Rus VP for Investment in Russia & CIS, said:
- I am glad our company is able to contribute to the process of decarbonization in Kazakhstan
In particular, jointly with our partner KazMunayGas, which has taken the lead among other companies in implementing greenhouse gas reduction activities
Alik Aidarbayev, Chairman of KMG’s Management Board, said:
- KazMunayGas has a consistent and balanced approach to the decarbonisation projects as part of its adopted Low-Carbon Development Programme. Cooperation with the world’s leading companies is a priority in studying promising projects in this area
Kazmunaygas is currently developing a Low-Carbon development program until 2031, including specific targets and examining prospects for implementing decarbonization
technology at production projects.