KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 13 -- Petronas, through its subsidiary, Petronas Gas and New Energy Sdn Bhd (PGNESB), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ENEOS Corporation (ENEOS) to explore hydrogen business opportunities.
Under the MoU, the parties would jointly develop a competitive and clean hydrogen supply chain between Malaysia and Japan.
To this end, the parties will undertake a technical-commercial joint-study of a hydrogen supply chain which includes hydrogen production and its transportation in methylcyclohexane (MCH) form, where hydrogen is converted from its original gaseous state into a liquid form to enable large volume deliveries.
Petronas and ENEOS will also explore low carbon hydrogen production from Petronas’ petrochemical facilities, and in the future, green hydrogen produced by renewable energy, it said in a statement today.
“This partnership is a testament of how industry collaboration can help accelerate our shared aspiration towards a low carbon future.
“Emerging clean energy sources like hydrogen, innovation and collaboration with partners in technological development are key, as they contribute towards achieving cost competitiveness and scalability for wider use across businesses and industries,” said Petronas Gas and New Energy executive vice-president and chief executive officer Adnan Zainal Abidin.
Petronas said the development of liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) technology such as MCH is fast gaining traction due to its chemically stable nature that allows for long-term storage and long-distance transport.
Moreover, the use of LOHC leverages existing conventional oil and petrochemicals infrastructure which heavily reduces the need to develop new assets, thus making it a viable option for established energy players to implement, it said.
It added that the development of a hydrogen-based economy is set to complement Malaysia’s future growth as the country prepares to transition towards a low carbon economy.
For this project with Petronas, ENEOS has applied for funding from the Japanese government’s Green Innovation Fund which sponsors decarbonisation projects and initiatives.
Petronas said the MoU stems from both Petronas’ and ENEOS’ common aspiration of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
In 2020, Petronas announced its intent to achieve Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050 as part of its holistic approach towards sustainability, while ENEOS is working towards achieving its carbon-neutral ambition via its Environmental Vision 2040.
“Petronas already produces low carbon hydrogen from its facilities and will soon explore the commercial production of green hydrogen.
“The company is well-poised to be a competitive hydrogen solutions provider due to its inherent geographical advantage, in addition to the expanding renewables portfolio, strong partnerships with customers and technology partners,” it added.
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