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French Low-Carbon Hydrogen

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French energy major TotalEnergies and project partner Air Liquide plan to build a low-carbon hydrogen project at the under-conversion Grandpuits refinery near Paris. Grandpuits is currently being converted into a biorefinery. The €130 million ($133 million) project involves Air Liquide building a green and blue hybrid hydrogen production facility using carbon capture and storage at an adjacent site to the Grandpuits refinery.

Topics:
Carbon Capture (CCS), Hydrogen, Biofuels (incl. SAF)
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