Hydrom, the state entity responsible for Oman’s green hydrogen sector, on 14 March signed six term-sheet agreements with international firms including BP and Shell. The six projects totaling 700,000 t/y prospective of green hydrogen output would require a whopping 15GW of wind and solar capacity and $20bn investment. The projects have been earmarked a total 1,650km² of land in Oman’s southern Al Wusta and Dhofar governates (see table and map).