TES, OQ Alternative Energy sign JSA for an e-NG facility in Oman

TES and OQ Alternative Energy announced that they have entered in a Joint Study Agreement to assess the development of an e-NG facility in Oman.
Oman has been at the forefront in the development of a green hydrogen economy where the country aims to produce in excess of 1mt annum of green hydrogen by 2030. Its strong renewable resources, in particular wind and solar, combined with a one-stop-shop implementation framework under Hydrom’s directive, has been promoting the Sultanate to be amongst the most interesting hubs to produce green hydrogen.
e-NG is a green hydrogen-based green molecule chemically identical to natural gas and obtained by combining, through a methanation process (called Sabatier), green H2 with CO2, producing green CH4. As such it can leverage existing infrastructure for liquefaction, regasification, transportation and importantly storage and be a drop-in solution for industrial usage gradually replacing natural gas. Additionally, TES co-founded the global e-NG Coalition in March 2024 with industry leaders TotalEnergies, Engie, Sempra Infrastructure, Mitsubishi Corporation, Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas and Toho Gas.
“This agreement with OQAE underscores our dedication to advancing the global energy transition and strengthens our commitment and ongoing activities in the Middle East. By harnessing the expertise of OQAE, a global leader in the energy industry, we are enabling the production of green hydrogen at an industrial scale, making e-fuels accessible and cost-effective.” said Marco Alverà, CEO and Co-Founder of TES.
Najla Al Jamali, CEO of OQ Alternative Energy, expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration with Tree Energy Solutions (TES) on the E-Natural Gas Joint Study Agreement.  
‘’At OQ, we are committed to advancing Oman’s energy transition through building partnerships, creating innovative solutions, and implementing sustainable practices. This collaboration marks our dedication to innovation, sustainability, and shaping the future of energy. Collaborating on the study helps us move forward to identify additional downstream opportunities and vectors to diversify markets for green hydrogen.”

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