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Japan Taps Carbon-Sucking Tech for Green Hydrogen: Expro Joins the Clean Crew

23 Jan 2024

Japan's energy game is getting a green makeover, and Expro is bringing the tech! The energy services giant just signed a deal to provide its carbon-capturing wizardry for the country's first clean hydrogen project – the Kashiwazaki Clean Hydrogen/Ammonia project. Think of it as sucking the carbon emissions out of hydrogen production, leaving behind just the good stuff: clean fuel for a greener future.

But what exactly is Expro doing? They're the well whisperers, ensuring everything runs smoothly underground for the project's production, injection, and monitoring wells. It's like having a team of invisible plumbers keeping the clean hydrogen flowing and the carbon emissions safely tucked away.

Why is this a big deal? Well, Japan is serious about ditching fossil fuels and going green. This project is a stepping stone to creating a whole hydrogen and ammonia value chain, from making it to using it, all without harming the planet. And Expro's expertise in keeping wells in tip-top shape is crucial for making sure the captured carbon stays put, not causing any trouble.

This isn't Expro's first rodeo in the clean energy arena. They've been wrangling carbon emissions for over a decade, and their 8,000-strong team is spread across 60 countries, all working towards a more sustainable future.

So, what's next for Japan's green hydrogen dream? The Kashiwazaki project is just the beginning. With Expro by their side, they're on track to achieve their net-zero goals and become a leader in clean energy production. And who knows, maybe this carbon-capturing tech will inspire other countries to join the green hydrogen revolution!

This is more than just a business deal; it's a glimpse into a cleaner, greener future. And Expro is playing a key role in making it happen. So, keep your eyes peeled for more green hydrogen news coming out of Japan, and remember, the future is looking bright (and clean)!

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