Woodside supplied with liquefaction equipment for H2OK project

Woodside Energy has announced today (December 20) it has awarded a contract to Air Liquide for the liquefaction equipment as its proposed H2OK hydrogen project.

The Australian company will be provided with the engineering and fabrication of two 30 tonne per day liquefaction units from Air Liquide, which will liquefy hydrogen produced through electrolysis in preparation for storage, loading and transportation to customers.

The proposed site in Ardmore, Oklahoma, is strategically located near national highways and the supply chain infrastructure of major transport companies, along with being in an area suited for hydrogen production with water and renewable energy availability.

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