AGL Energy is leading a consortium, that includes Japanese pair Inpex and Osaka Gas, as well as South Korea’s SK Group, in a detailed feasibility study to build a massive green hydrogen export hub at Torrens Island, South Australia.
BP confirmed today that it picked up over 40% stake in the Asian Renewable Energy Hub project to produce and export green hydrogen in Australia. In addition, TotalEnergies and Adani announced yesterday an investment of $5 billion into the development of hydrogen and derivatives business in India.
BP has acquired a stake in and will lead one of the world’s largest clean energy projects, which aims to supply green hydrogen from Australia to key markets including South Korea and Japan.
The Australian government said yesterday that it will provide additional funding of up to A$70 million (US$52 million) for BP’s (LON:BP) proposed A$252.5 million green hydrogen hub at Kwinana in Western Australia.
Australia’s Woodside (ASX:WPL) and US-based technology developers ReCarbon and LanzaTech have launched a collaborative studies campaign aimed at converting carbon emissions into useful products.
Australia’s Woodside (ASX:WPL) is studying the technical and commercial feasibility of a liquid hydrogen supply chain from Western Australia to Singapore and potentially Japan.
The proposed $10.75 billion 10GW Desert Bloom hydrogen scheme in Australia’s Northern Territory (NT), backed by an as yet unidentified Japanese gas buyer, looks set to proceed next year after being granted major project status by the local government.
Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside (ASX:WPL) said today that it is targeting $5 billion worth of investment in new energy products and lower-carbon services by 2030.
Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside (ASX:WPL) is busy positioning itself for a future in which hydrogen may play a growing role in the energy mix. Significantly, it is working closely with customers in its traditional LNG export markets – particularly Japan and South Korea – to meet demand for cleaner forms of energy.
Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside (ASX:WPL) is expanding its portfolio of hydrogen production opportunities to the US as it eyes North America’s heavy transport sector.
Suppliers with access to low-cost renewables will have a competitive advantage when it comes to green hydrogen production. Australia and the Middle East sit in the top echelons for solar irradiance and offer massive green hydrogen potential, according to Wood Mackenzie’s latest analysis.
Woodside (ASX:WPL) today unveiled plans for a A$1 billion ($748 million) hydrogen export plant south of Perth that is designed to export low carbon energy overseas and boost renewable energy supplies in Western Australia.
Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside has joined five parties to establish the HyStation company, which aims to build and operate hydrogen refuelling stations to service public transport bus fleets in South Korea.
BP said today that Western Australia is an “ideal place” to develop export-scale green hydrogen and ammonia production facilities.
A new A$2 billion ($1.54 billion) Queensland Renewable Energy and Hydrogen Jobs Fund will be established to expand on the previous A$500 million Renewable Energy Fund in the Australian state.
The Premier of Western Australia, Mark McGowan, told the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) conference on Tuesday that the state’s market share in renewable hydrogen exports in 2030 should be similar to its share of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports today.
Australian oil and gas producer Woodside has teamed up with Japanese companies IHI and Marubeni to explore production and export of "green ammonia" to Japan.
Australia’s Origin Energy is progressing its export-scale liquid hydrogen project after signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Port of Townsville to collaborate on the potential expansion of the port, as well as the development of a liquefaction facility, new berth and associated infrastructure.
Japan’s Sumitomo has plans to develop a significant hydrogen hub near one of Australia’s major liquefied natural gas (LNG) export complexes. Sumitomo and its Australian partners ultimately aim to start hydrogen exports by 2030.
An ambitious hydrogen project in western Australia that seeks to become the world’s largest renewable energy export facility got a boost by winning major project status from the government.