Woodside, bp, MIMI to explore carbon capture and storage to support green hydrogen in Western Australia

Western Australia could be provided a boost to its hydrogen economy with Woodside Energy, bp and Japan Australia LNG (MIMI) agreeing to form a consortium to study the use of carbon capture and storage to support green hydrogen production.

The consortium will now conduct a feasibility study for a carbon capture and storage project near Karratha, Western Australia, which could help facilitate the development of new lower-carbon industries through the use of domestically produced hydrogen and ammonia.

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