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Pilot Energy to commence carbon capture and blue hydrogen feasibility study in Western Australia

Pilot Energy to commence carbon capture and blue hydrogen feasibility study in Western Australia

A feasibility study on the South West Carbon Management and Blue Hydrogen project in Australia has now commenced with the study scheduled to be completed in early 2022.

Led by the Department of Mines, Industry, Regulation and Safety, the project aims to provide the south west region of Western Australia with a platform to decarbonise its operations through carbon management and blue hydrogen.

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The feasibility study being conducted by Genesis and will explore the opportunity to capture and store the regions flue gas and carbon emissions generated in the Kwinana Industrial Precinct whilst also exploring opportunities to implement blue hydrogen into the region.

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