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Star Phoenix, Curtin University to explore hydrogen production in Western Australia

Star Phoenix, Curtin University to explore hydrogen production in Western Australia

Star Phoenix has signed a non-binding agreement with Curtin University in Australia to jointly explore, appraise and develop natural hydrogen opportunities in Western Australia.

The aim of the collaboration is to appraise natural hydrogen production points in Western Australia, specifically in areas that have high iron-rich content and circular depressions.

Any high priority areas with the potential to develop large quantities of hydrogen would then be analysed to determine various parameters for potential future production.

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