bp has today (August 11) said it will continue to work with key stakeholders to develop plans for integrated green hydrogen projects in Western Australia.
The oil and gas major’s statement follows the publication of its new study which looks into the feasibility of an export-scale green hydrogen and ammonia facility in the region.
Published today, the paper found that production of both green hydrogen and green ammonia using renewable energy is feasible in Western Australia and supports bp’s goals.
It also found that Western Australia is an ideal place to develop large scale renewable energy assets that can produce hydrogen and ammonia for domestic and export markets.
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