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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