JOGMEC and Alberta further cooperation in CCS, hydrogen

Nov 23 2021

JOGMEC has agreed with the Province of Alberta, Canada, to promote further cooperation in CCS, hydrogen and fuel ammonia production.

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) and the Province of Alberta, Canada have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to build a sustainable, diversified energy future.

JOGMEC has a close cooperative relationship in the energy sector with Alberta. The agreement aims to strengthen strategic cooperation by adding items that contribute to decarbonization, such as CCS, hydrogen, and fuel ammonia production, to the existing scope of cooperation.

JOGMEC will promote mutual cooperation with Alberta in cooperation with Alberta Jobs, Economy and Innovation, Alberta Energy and the Invest Alberta Corporation, to resolve issues in these areas and contribute to the supply of clean energy to Japan, through business support for Japanese companies.


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