FEATURE: Japan, South Korea chase hydrogen supply, but forced to rely on dirtier options in the near term

Published 06:59 on January 26, 2022  /  Last updated at 23:28 on January 26, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, EMEA, International, Japan, Middle East, Other APAC, South Korea  /  No Comments

A liquefied hydrogen carrier will shortly leave Australia to deliver a cargo, the world’s first, to Japan in what has been touted as a new phase for hydrogen’s role in the energy transition, a fuel that key economies in Northeast Asia have also pinned their hopes on to help decarbonise their economies.

A liquefied hydrogen carrier will shortly leave Australia to deliver a cargo, the world’s first, to Japan in what has been touted as a new phase for hydrogen’s role in the energy transition, a fuel that key economies in Northeast Asia have also pinned their hopes on to help decarbonise their economies.

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