Petroma’s natural hydrogen find in Mali produces CO2-free clean electricity

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CANADIAN energy company Petroma, led by Malian industrialist Aliou Boubacar Diallo, discovered the world’s largest natural hydrogen deposit 60 kilometres from the Malian capital of Bamako, a find that has increasingly attracted some of planet’s most forward-thinking business leaders interested in clean energy alternatives.

In Bloc 25 covering 43,000 square kilometres, Petroma has affirmed massive quantities of 95 percent pure natural hydrogen, one of the most promising new sources needed for a global transition to clean energy, according to the French scientist Alain Prinzhofer at the l’Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris.

The company has undertaken the first project to produce electricity from hydrogen without any C02 emissions, marking its role in contributing a new source of energy in the transition to a carbon-free world. Petroma’s subsidiary Hydroma, created to exploit hydrogen-generated clean electricity represents an exciting economic opportunity for Mali as an emerging energy producer.

 

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