Sinopec Capital, Johnson Matthey sign MoU to explore decarbonization and hydrogen technologies in mainland China

Strategic Partnerships

The collaboration should pave the way for more effective low carbon technology breakthroughs

Sinopec Capital has announced via a press release on 2 August that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with British specialty chemicals company Johnson Matthey. The companies seek to explore joint opportunities in green and blue hydrogen, fuel cells, decarbonization technologies, and circular economy businesses in mainland China.

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