Hydrogen production, storage and export being explored in Hay Point, Queensland

The feasibility of a potential green hydrogen production, storage and export facility is being explored for the Dalrymple Bay Terminal at Hay Point, Queensland, Australia.

Dalrymple Bay Infrastructure (DBI) Group, North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP), the Brookfield Group and ITOCHU Corporation are all behind the effort, having inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today (August 18).

Work on the study is expected to commence this year, and the project partners believe that results will highlight the great potential in the Dalrymple Bay Terminal area.

On the study, Anthony Timbrell, CEO of DBI, said, “The Dalrymple Bay Terminal at Hay Point is an established export port, known globally for its key role in supporting the global steel supply chain.

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