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Petrofac evaluates potential 3GW wind-to-hydrogen site on Sakhalin Island
© Petrofac
Petrofac evaluates potential 3GW wind-to-hydrogen site on Sakhalin Island
© Petrofac

Petrofac evaluates potential 3GW wind-to-hydrogen site on Sakhalin Island

Petrofac is evaluating the development of a wind-to-hydrogen site on Sakhalin Island, Russia, that could produce 17,000 metric tonnes of hydrogen annually.

With plans in place to initially target a 100MW scale, the plant is said to be the first of its kind for the island. Looking beyond this, Petrofac is already looking at the potential for scaling up to 3GW.

The above work is the result of an awarded three-year consultancy framework agreement by H4 Energy, which spans the early engineering phase work for the site.

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