Fortescue powers up a future in hydrogen

Fortescue Metals Group plans to strengthen its vision to make renewable green hydrogen the most globally traded energy commodity in the world this financial year. Through the Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) initiative, the Pilbara iron ore producer intends to take a leadership position in the renewable energy and green products industry by harnessing the world’s …
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CSIRO launches $68M hydrogen mission

CSIRO has launched a new hydrogen industry mission which will support the world’s transition to clean energy, create new jobs and boost the economy. The research mission will help drive down the cost of hydrogen production to under $2 per kilogram, making the fuel more affordable and helping to position Australia to lead the world …
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Fortescue leads international hydrogen consortium

Fortescue Metals Group has formed an agreement with Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Iwatani Corporation to develop a business model for the supply of liquid hydrogen (LH2) from Australia into Japan. As part of the memorandum of understanding (MOU), the three parties will establish the global LH2 consortium to facilitate collaboration for the establishment of large …
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Origin to explore Tasmanian hydrogen export potential

Origin Energy has announced that it will conduct a $3.2 million feasibility study into building an export scale green hydrogen and ammonia plant in Tasmania’s Bell Bay. Under the proposal, green hydrogen will be produced from sustainable water using renewable energy, with the hydrogen then combined with nitrogen extracted from the air to create ammonia. …
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Fortescue chooses BOC for hydrogen project

BOC is set to provide hydrogen production and refuelling infrastructure for the first fleet of hydrogen coaches at Fortescue Metals Group’s Christmas Creek iron ore mine in Western Australia. Read more

WA plan to advance hydrogen projects

The Western Australian Government is bringing forward its renewable hydrogen strategy targets by a decade to develop supply of the fuel. Premier Mark McGowan has invested $22 million to help meet the growing demand for clean fuel and create jobs, as part of WA’s recovery plan. The accelerated targets and nine studies and projects will …
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ATCO, Fortescue join forces in hydrogen project

ATCO and Fortescue Metals Group have signed an agreement to explore the potential to deploy hydrogen vehicle fuelling infrastructure in Western Australia. As part of the agreement, the joint venture will facilitate the construction and operation of a combined hydrogen production and refuelling facility at ATCO’s existing facility in Jandakot, Perth. The initial refuelling facility …
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Fortescue pipeline to play role in Pilbara energy project

Fortescue Metals Group will leverage its Fortescue River gas pipeline as part of the $US450 million ($666 million) Pilbara Generation Program, the next stage of its Pilbara Energy Connect Program in Western Australia. The Pilbara Energy Connect project builds on the Chichester Solar Gas Hybrid project that Fortescue announced last year. Fortescue secured a landmark …
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