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City Energy and Gentari to study feasibility of building hydrogen pipeline from Malaysia to Singapore

City Energy and Gentari have signed a Joint Feasibility Study Agreement to construct a pipeline from Malaysia to Singapore for the import of hydrogen, the company said.

The study will be conducted over a period of 12 months. Upon the conclusion of the study, both parties will collectively determine the way forward in relation to the execution of a FEED (Front End Engineering Design) agreement.

Hydrogen is the largest component in town gas produced at City Energy’s Senoko Gasworks plant in northern Singapore, making City Energy one of the largest last-mile distributors of hydrogen in Singapore. Any pipeline to be established by the parties will supply hydrogen into the Senoko Gasworks plant. The collaboration with Gentari follows City Energy’s ongoing feasibility studies with leading industry partners and institutes of higher learning to explore alternative sources of hydrogen.

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