Woodside to develop a 180 tonne per day liquid hydrogen production facility in the US; signs new agreement with Hyzon Motors

Australian energy producer Woodside has today (Dec 7) revealed plans to expand its hydrogen portfolio to the US as it secures land for a future liquid hydrogen production project and signs an agreement with Hyzon Motors.

The land secured in Oklahoma allows the company to develop an initial 90 tonne per day liquid hydrogen project to boost the US hydrogen economy whereas the scope of the Hyzon agreement will see the two companies work together to expand the hydrogen market in Australia and the US.

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