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Liquid hydrogen supply chain to be explored between Western Australia, Singapore and Japan

Liquid hydrogen supply chain to be explored between Western Australia, Singapore and Japan

The feasibility of a liquid hydrogen supply chain between Western Australia, Singapore, and potentially Japan, is set to be explored through a new collaboration unveiled today (Dec 22).

Formalised through the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU), Woodside Energy, Keppel Data Centres, City Energy, Osaka Gas Singapore, and City-OG Gas Energy Services will all explore the creation of this hydrogen supply chain.

Read more: Woodside to develop a 180 tonne per day liquid hydrogen production facility in the US; signs new agreement with Hyzon Motors
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This could be a key development in both Australia and Asia. With the abundance of hydrogen project pipelines scheduled in Australia, finding a suitable market to offload the hydrogen could be a crucial factor in creating demand and a powerful market.

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