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A SOUTH Korean firm, Samsung Engineering Co. Ltd, has announced that it will develop a green hydrogen and ammonia plant in Bintulu, Sarawak, under its so-called H2biscus project.
The plant is designed to produce 7,000 tonnes of green hydrogen, 600,000 tonnes of blue ammonia, 630,000 tonnes of green ammonia and 460,000 tonnes of green methanol annually.