green hydrogen plant

WA set for green hydrogen plant

A feasibility study for a green hydrogen plant in the City of Cockburn, Western Australia, has been completed with promising results. The study, which was awarded $149,000 from the McGowan government’s Renewable Hydrogen Fund, investigated whether green hydrogen could be used to replace Cockburn’s use of fossil fuels. The report indicates that this would be …
Airbus signs green hydrogen MOU

FFI, Airbus sign green hydrogen MOU

Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has signed a deal with Airbus for the development of hydrogen-powered aeroplanes.  This memorandum of understanding (MOU) is a research and development partnership to investigate the viability of deploying a green hydrogen-based aircraft by 2035.  The MOU was signed in Toulouse, France, after Forrest jetted over to the city …
Tasmania signs MOU with Port of Rotterdam

Tasmania, Belgium sign green hydrogen MOU

The Tasmanian Government has signed its second memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a European body, penning a green hydrogen agreement with Flanders in Northern Belgium. Read more

Covestro, FFI sign MOU

FFI, Covestro sign hydrogen supply agreement

Andrew Forrest’s green venture Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has entered into a longterm agreement with German polymer supplier Covestro for the supply of green hydrogen and its derivatives, including green ammonia.  According to the memorandum of understanding (MOU), FFI and Covestro will formalise an agreement under which FFI will supply Covestro with the equivalent of …

Sojitz, CS Energy to supply green hydrogen for Palau

Japan’s Sojitz Corporation is set to work with Queensland’s CS Energy and Nippon Engineering Consultants to transport renewable hydrogen processed in Australia to the Republic of Palau.  The hydrogen will be used in fuel cells and hydrogen fuel cell vessels where it will replace carbon-intensive diesel.  The project will use solar power generation to produce …
Tasmania signs MOU with Port of Rotterdam

Tasmania, Port of Rotterdam sign MOU

The Tasmanian Government has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Port of Rotterdam to investigate the feasibility of future green hydrogen exports from Bell Bay to the port, located in the Netherlands.  Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, Guy Barnett, issued a statement on 28 December announcing the signing of the memorandum. He …
Lead Agency

Lead agency status for green hydrogen projects

The McGowan Government continues to fuel the growth of Western Australia’s hydrogen industry, with three projects to receive Lead Agency Services. Guided by the Lead Agency Framework, the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation is providing the projects with a single point of entry to the State Government and assistance with approvals processes. “The …
GEV

HyEnergy Export Feasibility project underway

Integrated green hydrogen development company Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has completed the design phase of the HyEnergy Export Feasibility project. The design phase (project plan, controls and delivery schedule) was completed by lead consultant WSP, with engineering workstreams to commence in early January 2022. The objective was to demonstrate the technical and commercial advantages of …
Trafigura

SA Govt, Trafigura fund Port Pirie FEED

The South Australian Government and multinational commodity trading company Trafigura have announced a joint investment to progress plans to construct a commercial scale green hydrogen facility in Port Pirie.  Trafigura is the largest metal and second largest oil trader in the world and alongside the Marshall Government, each has committed $2.5 million to front end …