By | !3 January 2021

Through the agreement, both parties will work to provide cost competitive and scalable ways to increase hydrogen as a key part of the clean energy transition, drawing on their respective expertise in technology and Engineering, Procurement, Fabrication, and Construction (EPFC) in cryogenic storage tanks and terminals.

The MoU further builds upon the hydrogen strategy of both companies to continue to expand commercial agreements, relationships and geographic diversity thereby utilising Chart’s hydrogen equipment and liquefaction offerings by the producers and end users of hydrogen.

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