BP, Oman Sign Hydrogen Pact

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BP and the government of Oman on Monday signed an agreement to investigate a potential integrated onshore wind, solar and green hydrogen project as part of the sultanate's 2040 economic vision. The strategic framework agreement was signed alongside a deal to collect data on wind and solar resources to support the potential development of the scheme by 2030, the major added. Under the terms, BP will assess solar and wind data that in turn will support the Omani government in approving future developments of renewable energy hubs at suitable locations. These resources would potentially supply power for the development of green hydrogen, targeting both domestic and global export markets.

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