Naftogaz signs memorandum with Canadian Symbio Infrastructure on LNG and hydrogen imports

The NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine has signed a memorandum with the Canadian company Symbio Infrastructure on the supply of LNG and "green" liquid hydrogen (LH2) from 2027. This was reported by the press service of Symbio Infrastructure.

Through its subsidiary GNL Québec, Symbio is developing a carbon-neutral project in Quebec capable of exporting 10.5 million tonnes of LNG per year (or 14.5 billion cubic meters). The project is awaiting the permission of regulatory authorities and should start in 2027.

"We believe that opportunities to ensure long-term energy supplies from allies such as Canada by 2027 will be crucial for our energy security and future economic development," said Naftogaz Chairman Yuri Vitrenko.

15:30 / 13 June 2022

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