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Ammonia becomes part of Norway's hydrogen strategy

Norwegian Oil and Energy Minister Tina Bru says that ammonia will be set on equal footing as an energy source in the country's new strategy to develop hydrogen. This could be interesting to shipping, which is looking for new energy types.

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The Norwegian government's long-awaited hydrogen strategy is just around the corner and upon arrival will also feature a plan for ammonia, writes Norwegian Oil and Energy Minister Tina Bru in a reply to Conservative Party colleague Liv Kari Eskeland.

"Ammonia and hydrogen will be equated as low-emission solutions within the hydrogen strategy in all relevant cases. I must, however, also specify that pure hydrogen is a precursor for producing pure or green ammonia," Bru writes:

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