Australian LNG producer Woodside has signed an agreement with Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) to study green hydrogen. The agreement builds on the previously signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) the companies signed in mid-2018.
Woodside and KOGAS have already held a series of joint workshops investigating the potential of hydrogen as a future fuel, and the recently signed agreement further strengthens the companies’ relationship.
Following the agreement, the companies will examine the feasibility of a green hydrogen pilot project including production, storage, transportation and distribution.
“This agreement will allow us to progress our work identifying and exploring options for hydrogen production and supply chains,” said Reinhardt Matisons, Woodside’s Executive Vice-President of Marketing Trading & Shipping.
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