ENGIE and POSCO to develop a 1.2mtp Green Ammonia Project in Oman

ENGIE, a global leader in low-carbon energy and services, together with POSCO, one of the world’s largest steel producers, have announced their spearheading role in a consortium set to mobilize Oman’s renewable energy resources through the development of a 1.2mtp Green Ammonia project.

Other partners in the consortium include Samsung Engineering, Korea East-West Power Co. (EWP), Korea Southern Power Co. (KOSPO), and FutureTech Energy Ventures Company Ltd. (a subsidiary of PTTEP).

The ENGIE and POSCO led-consortium has been named the winner of land block (Z1-02) offered by Hydrom, the orchestrator and master planner of Oman’s green hydrogen industry. Spanning 340 sq km, the concession block is located in Duqm, with downstream elements to be established at the Port of Duqm.