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Sembcorp to supply green ammonia from its India plant

Friday, 07 Jun 2024
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Singapore-based Sembcorp Green Hydrogen has signed an agreement with two Japanese firms towards the supply of green ammonia from its capacity plant in India.

The wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore's Sembcorp Industries, has signed a Heads of Terms (HoT) with Sojitz Corporation and Kyushu Electric Power Company, as a step for a definitive green ammonia offtake agreement. The HoT was presented at the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) Clean Economy Investor Forum in the presence of Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan, Ken Saito, and Commerce Secretary, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Sunil Barthwal.

Land for the facility in India has been secured and work towards a front-end engineering design award for the project is underway following the completion of a feasibility study. As the lead developer and operator of the project, Sembcorp will utilise renewable energy (RE) to produce an initial 2,00,000 tpa of green ammonia from the Indian plant.

The project represents a cross-border collaboration between Japan, Singapore, and India, for the development of a low-carbon supply chain and the region's transition to a clean economy. In December 2023, an agreement was signed by the three companies in consortium to explore the supply of green ammonia produced in India.

 

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