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bp unveils renewable hydrogen plans for Western Australia

bp unveils renewable hydrogen plans for Western Australia

bp wants to produce renewable hydrogen and ammonia in Geraldton, Western Australia.

The oil and gas major announced the news in response to an ARENA-supported study which found that the plan is technically feasibility to reduce natural gas.

Under the plans of the project, bp will power a hydrogen electrolyser with renewable electricity purchases through a new power purchase agreement.

Welcoming the opportunity, Frédéric Baudry, bp Australia President, said, “This looks particularly promising in the mid-west of Western Australia, which has existing infrastructure, access to land and abundant renewable energy resources such as wind and solar.

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