Shell Oman purchased a 3% share in Green Energy Oman, the consortium responsible for developing Oman’s largest green hydrogen project. The hydrogen will be made from 25 gigawatts of wind and solar power.
Oman Shell and the Ministry of Energy and Minerals also signed an agreement to explore potential opportunities for Liquefied Synthetic Gas production in the Sultanate of Oman.
LSG is made when green hydrogen is mixed to capture carbon dioxide to make natural gas, which is then liquefied.
Green Energy Oman (GEO) is one of the most promising clean fuels hubs in the world with the potential to be a leading project in this sector, supplying the globe with green fuels in a decarbonized economy.