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Getech Partners with LIAG for Exploring Natural H2 in Africa

Getech has entered into an agreement with LIAG (Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics), a member of the HyAfrica consortium, to expedite the exploration and development of natural hydrogen resources in Morocco, Mozambique, South Africa, and Togo. The 3-year project focuses on identifying viable natural hydrogen deposits, assessing their economic and social impact, and shaping plans for sustainable energy use. In Aug'23, Getech revealed its AI platform to predict natural hydrogen deposits and plans to use this technology and contribute potential fields data, machine learning capabilities, and geoscience expertise to enhance the consortium's research efforts.

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