Sinopec has China’s biggest network of fuel stations, operating some 30,700 outlets. Photo: Reuters Sinopec has China’s biggest network of fuel stations, operating some 30,700 outlets. Photo: Reuters
Sinopec has China’s biggest network of fuel stations, operating some 30,700 outlets. Photo: Reuters

Chinese energy giant Sinopec bets future on hydrogen as it looks to reach decarbonisation goals ahead of time

  • The world’s largest oil refiner has set a target for carbon emissions to peak by 2025, and will aim to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, chairman Zhang says
  • The company plans to have 100 hydrogen refuelling stations this year, which will be expanded to 1,000 by 2025

Topic |   China’s carbon neutral goal
Sinopec has China’s biggest network of fuel stations, operating some 30,700 outlets. Photo: Reuters Sinopec has China’s biggest network of fuel stations, operating some 30,700 outlets. Photo: Reuters
Sinopec has China’s biggest network of fuel stations, operating some 30,700 outlets. Photo: Reuters
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