Suncor Eyes Clean Hydrogen

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Canadian oil giant Suncor Energy and utility FortisBC are teaming up with an Australian technology provider to develop an innovative, clean hydrogen project in British Columbia, with a pilot plant due to start up by the end of next year. The partners, including ASX-listed technology developer Hazer Group, have started front-end engineering and design and permitting work for the pilot plant to be built at Suncor’s Burrard Terminal site in Port Moody, outside Vancouver.

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