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Three ports in Kandla, Paradip, and Tuticorin identified as export hubs

Tuesday, 03 Oct 2023
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The Ministry of Shipping and Ports has identified three key ports, Kandla, Paradip, and Tuticorin, to serve as export hubs for green hydrogen, green ammonia, and green methanol within the next seven years. India's target is to amass capacity for exporting approx. five million tonne of green hydrogen and its derivatives annually by 2030.

The move will lead to setting up of essential infrastructure at these ports, facilitating the storage, handling, and bunkering of these fuels and their derivatives. This will help fulfil the objectives under the National Green Hydrogen Mission to assist various industrial sectors, including fertilisers and petrochemicals.

The Odisha government is in the process of allocating land in the vicinity of Paradip Port to manufacturers focused on green hydrogen and its derivatives. The port authority has plans to put up shared infrastructure facilities for the green hydrogen project, which includes the dedicated handling of ammonia and its derivatives. To support these efforts, a grant of Rs 325 crore is sought from the Ministry of Shipping.

Meanwhile, the Deendayal Port Authority in Kandla has invited global expressions of interest (EOI) from developers and market players in the production, storage, and sale of green hydrogen and green ammonia. Also, hydrogen derivatives have high potential in transportation sectors like shipping, metro rail, and trains.

Additionally, the VO Chidambaranar Port Trust (VOCPA) port in Tuticorin has allocated 500 acres of land towards the establishment of a green hydrogen hub.


Port authorities have submitted a proposal to the government, seeking grant and viability gap funding to facilitate the development of the necessary infrastructure.

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