An agreement has been signed between Woodside Energy (woodside) and several other industrial gas companies to study the feasibility of a long-term, stable supply chain of sustainable liquid hydrogen (LH2) from Western Australia to Singapore, with the possibility of Japan.
The Australian energy company has recently sought to contribute to the energy transition with the announcement of the proposed H2Perth Hydrogen facility in Kwinana, Perth.
In collaboration with Keppel Data Centres Holding Pte Ltd (Keppel), City Energy Pte Ltd (City Energy), Osaka Gas Singapore Pte Ltd (Osaka Gas Singapore), and City-OG Gas Energy Services Pte Ltd (City-OG), Woodside will undertake the study until mid-2022.
The development aims to promote hydrogen as a key aspect of lowering carbon emissions and meeting net zero targets.
Liquefication of the gas allows for more hydrogen to be stored and transported than its gaseous form.
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