Western Australia’s HyEnergy project wants to export its green hydrogen to nominated markets in the Asia-Pacific region.
Province Resources, along with its HyEnergy Project partner Total Eren, today (August 9) inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with energy transition company Global Energy Ventures to support a technical and commercial feasibility study for the effort.
Through the study, the partnership will evaluate the technical feasibility and delivered cost of green hydrogen exports to assess its commercial value to the parties. It will also look at compressed hydrogen as a preferred export method.
Situated in Gascoyne, Western Australia, the HyEnergy project is ideally suited for a potential C-H2 shipping solution, given its coastal location whilst also being within a regional distance to multiple Asian markets with a future requirement for imported hydrogen.
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