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Leading the global energy transition

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Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) is a global green energy company committed to producing zero-carbon green hydrogen from 100 per cent renewable sources.

Green hydrogen is a zero-emission fuel, that when used produces nothing but water. It is the practical and implementable solution that will help revolutionise the way we power our planet: decarbonising heavy industry and creating jobs globally.

FFI is leading the green industrial revolution, developing technology solutions for hard-to-decarbonise industries, while building a global portfolio of renewable green hydrogen and green ammonia projects.

FFI is also leading the world effort to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors and is responsible for the decarbonisation of one of the biggest resources companies in the world by 2030 – our parent company Fortescue Metals Group.

Pampas Project

The Pampas Project is a project for the generation of green hydrogen and its derivatives in Patagonia Argentina.

The project integrates the entire industrial-productive value chain and seeks the integration and development of wind farms, electricity transmission lines, plants for the development of green hydrogen and other green products and port infrastructure.

In this initial stage of the project, FFI is carrying out the Environmental and Social Impact Studies for the development of the Pampas Project.

What we're doing in communities

Fortescue was founded on the belief that communities should benefit from our success.

  • FFI aims to engage early, openly and transparently with communities surrounding potential future projects.
  • FFI recognises that effective stakeholder engagement is critical to maintaining its reputation and long-term social licence to operate.
  • As a company, we are committed to complying with all applicable laws, regulations and guidelines, after sustainable development. We also prioritize respect and the protection of communities, biodiversity and the cultural heritage of the region.

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