Sipchem, SASREF ink primary hydrogen supply agreement

The agreement aligns with the Saudi 2030 Vision

The agreement was signed by Abdullah Al-Saadoon (left), CEO of Sipchem, and Hussain Al-Qahtani, president of SASREF.
The agreement was signed by Abdullah Al-Saadoon (left), CEO of Sipchem, and Hussain Al-Qahtani, president of SASREF.

Sahara International Petrochemical Co (Sipchem) signed a hydrogen supply agreement with Saudi Aramco Shell Refinery Company (SASREF).

The agreement is to supply SASREF with the hydrogen gas that is required in SASREF’s future production operations starting in 2020 for an initial term of twenty years.

Al-Saadoon, expressed his delight at the new agreement, indicated that this agreement is a result of the ongoing collaboration between the companies after signing the supply agreement for CO2 in 2017. Both companies will continue to jointly explore growth and site integration opportunities.

This agreement aligns with the Saudi 2030 Vision and the continuation efforts to utilise all available resources through effective partnerships to maximise the added value of the company's products and enhance its revenues.

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