Korea Herald reports KOGAS will spend $8 Billion USD (1 trillion won) by 2025 in domestic and international infrastructure projects for natural gas (LNG) and hydrogen:

“The company will spend 1 trillion won to create a hydrogen value chain. It plans to establish a hydrogen complex, including building 100 hydrogen refilling stations by 2022 in partnership with the private sector.” 

According to an article in Hellenic Shipping News more than 1 trillion won will be allocated for hydrogen refueling stations:

“To boost sales of hydrogen vehicles, KOGAS aims to establish about 100 hydrogen charging stations and distribution centers by 2022 and create 2 million tons of new natural gas demand by 2025.”

 

 

 

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