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Ørsted, Williams to develop new hydrogen and synthetic natural gas facility in the US

Ørsted, Williams to develop new hydrogen and synthetic natural gas facility in the US

A new deal between Ørsted and Williams could see new hydrogen and synthetic natural gas facility built in Wyoming, US.

By leveraging Ørsted’s expertise in the hydrogen sector, the two groups will explore the development of a new large-scale wind energy, electrolysis, and synthetic gas facility that could see expanded use of hydrogen in the region.

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With William’s extensive energy infrastructure network, the group is well-positioned to support Ørsted in advancing the future of hydrogen by linking low-cost production sites.

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