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Chevron and JERA eyeing US liquid H2 carriers

The two companies are collaborating on “multiple lower carbon opportunities,” including liquid organic hydrogen carriers in the US.

Chevron New Energies and JERA are collaborating on multiple lower carbon opportunities in the US and Asia Pacific, according to a press release.

As part of their focus across the hydrogen value chain – including production, export, and transportation – the two companies will study liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC) in the US.

Other industries include production, new technology commercialization, and the capture, utilization and storage of carbon.

The companies have signed a Joint Study Agreement to explore the potential co-development of lower carbon fuel in Australia and will conduct a feasibility study expected to be completed in 2023. Lower carbon fuel supplies to be produced in the region would seek to leverage Chevron’s LNG and CCS knowledge and experience.

JERA recently announced a collaboration with Uniper to produce up to 8 MTPA of clean ammonia in the US for export.

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