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Saudi Aramco is partnering with Suzhou-based Since Gas to establish a plant that can convert ammonia to hydrogen. This technology is a product of the $500 million Aramco invests a year on sustainability-related research and development for the technologies it employs. The improvements will include hydrogen and carbon capture storage projects (CSS), which can transfer to other industries such as aviation, steel, cement, and shipping. Aramco’s technology will provide renewable alternatives to past methods. 

Saudi Aramco and Chinese partner ready pilot hydrogen-conversion plant

Saudi Aramco is partnering with Suzhou-based Since Gas to establish a plant that can convert ammonia to hydrogen. This technology is a product of the $500 million Aramco invests a year on sustainability-related research and development for the technologies it employs. The improvements will include hydrogen and carbon capture storage projects (CSS), which can transfer to other industries such as aviation, steel, cement, and shipping. Aramco’s technology will provide renewable alternatives to past methods. 

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