Keppel Corporation is intensifying its efforts in the production and use of green hydrogen and ammonia as low-carbon energy sources.
Alongside joining the Central Queensland hydrogen (CQ-H2) project consortium to develop a large-scale green hydrogen project in Australia, it has signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Incitec Pivot Limited (IPL) on an industrial-scale green ammonia production facility in Australia.
The CQ-H2 consortium is developing a hydrogen production facility, among other related infrastructure. It aims to produce renewable hydrogen, scalable to up to around 2,500MW equivalent, and deliver via different carriers to Japan and Singapore, as well as supplying large domestic customers in Central Queensland.
The project is one of Australia’s largest green hydrogen projects and comprises Stanwell Corporation, Iwatani Corporation, Kansai Electric Power Company, Marubeni Corporation and Keppel.
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