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Strike Energy eyes green hydrogen for WA fertiliser facility
© Strike Energy
Strike Energy eyes green hydrogen for WA fertiliser facility
© Strike Energy

Strike Energy eyes green hydrogen for WA fertiliser facility

Strike Energy today (Sep 15) said it wants add a 10MW electrolyser capable of producing 1,825 tonnes per annum of green hydrogen to its fertiliser production facility near Geraldton in Western Australia’s Mid West Region.

The energy and fertiliser firm is currently developing the project, dubbed Project Haber, which it says once completed would produce 1.4 million tonnes per annum of urea fertiliser and would replace Australia’s reliance on more than A$1bn of fertiliser imports each year.

By combining the hydrogen supplies with Strike’s lower carbon natural gas from the Greater Erregulla region, Strike said it will produce what is projected to be some of the lowest carbon urea fertiliser available in the market.

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