Momentum is building in Oman’s emerging low carbon hydrogen sector, which the IEA has backed to be the largest in the Middle East by 2030 (MEES, 16 June). At a signing ceremony in Muscat on 21 June, state-firm Hydrom signed deals for two new green hydrogen project agreements, weeks after awarding 500,000 t/y of green hydrogen projects on 1 June (MEES, 9 June).

“We are pleased to witness the signings of these new agreements with such prestigious international companies. The fast-paced efforts behind the announcements of these new projects reflect Oman’s commitment to reinforce its leading position in the global green hydrogen sector in line with its energy transformation,” said Oman’s Minister of Energy and Minerals Salim al-Aufi. (CONTINUED - 1090 WORDS)