Hexgaon Energy Materials to study blue hydrogen production in Western Australia

Hexagon Energy Materials has today (January 17) said it will kick off a preliminary feasibility study for a low-carbon hydrogen project in Western Australia.

Dubbed the WAH2 project, it hopes to establish low-carbon hydrogen production through reformed natural gas combined with carbon capture and storage (CCS) in depleted gas reservoirs.

H2 View understands hydrogen produced from the project will be converted to ammonia which Hexagon has said will offer reduced processing and transporting costs, as well as aligning with customer needs for ammonia.

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