Egypt, Norway to study green ammonia opportunities

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El Molla and the CEO of Norway’s Scatec Terje Pilskog have agreed to study the available opportunities to cooperate in producing green ammonia.

In the presence of Norway’s Ambassador to Egypt Hilde Klemetsdal, El Molla affirmed Egypt’s support to all companies which desire to invest in green energy and emissions reduction in Egypt as it will promote Egypt’s strategy to become a hub for trading all resources of energy.

The minister also assured that the petroleum sector has a strategy to develop green energy and reduce emissions to confront climate change.

For his part, Pilskog explained the unique capabilities of his company in green hydrogen and ammonia projects pointing to the mutual interest in cooperation with Egypt.
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