Woodside starts work on potential 550MW hydrogen project

Work has commenced on Woodside’s proposed H2OK project in Oklahoma, US, which could produce up to 180 tonnes of liquid hydrogen daily.

The Australian energy producer today (Jan 18) said it has started front-end engineering design (FEED), having awarded the contract to contract to Kellogg, Brown & Root (KBR) in December last year (2021).

If the project is given the go-ahead, Woodside hopes to construct an initial 290MW facility, producing up to 90 tonnes of liquid hydrogen daily, at the Westport Industrial Park in Ardmore.

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