Brave and DuckDuckGo have said they are replacing google-served AMP pages with the page from the original publisher in their browsers and extensions.
From Brave's post on the topic: "AMP, or Accelerated Mobile Pages, is a non-standard subset of HTML developed and pushed by Google. AMP pages are served from Google’s servers, though designed to look like they’re coming from the original publisher’s site. For example, if you search for “new york times top stories” on Google Search, google.com will preload most/all of the stories in the background (thus downloading unnecessary data on your device) and when you click a Top Story, the article will be served from google.com while making you believe you are on nytimes.com."
Given that the pages are served by google but designed to not look like it, there are some potential tracking worries that Orion can help mitigate against by instead directing to the original publisher. It is something Orion can do to further reduce the monopoly of Google on the web, and I feel that it aligns with the Orion/Kagi's goals.