RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Australian Fortescue mining company on Monday (01) announced it will invest US$8.4 billion in the South American country to develop a green hydrogen production project by 2028, following a meeting with high-level officials of the Argentine government.
The announcement was made in the framework of the COP26 climate summit being held in Glasgow (United Kingdom), where Argentine President Alberto Fernández met with the Australian company's top executives.
The announced investments will be allocated to the so-called Pampas project, which Fortescue will develop in the town of Sierra Grande, in the . . .