The Oman Ministry of Energy and Minerals has established a new national hydrogen alliance to boost the regions hydrogen capabilities.
As reported by Oman News Agency, the alliance consists of 13 major institutions from both public and private sectors that will look to put the Sultanate on the map for developing clean hydrogen production in addition to its use.
This includes names such as Shell, BP and TotalEnergies.
Salem bin Nasser Al Aufi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, stated that the primary aim of establishing the national hydrogen alliance is to create a leading national and international alliance between industry, government and public authorities.
This is expected to help advance technologies for developing clean hydrogen and using them in line with the energy diversification plans for the Oman Vision 2040.