Fortescue, TasPorts sign agreement to accelerate hydrogen project

Australian Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has signed an agreement with Tasmanian Ports Corporation to negotiate land and operating requirements for its proposed 250 megawatt (MW) green hydrogen plant in Bell Bay, Tasmania. FFI chief executive officer Julie Shuttleworth said this marked an important milestone in the development of the world-leading project. “We are excited to …
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Woodside to explore hydrogen potential with Tas Gas

Woodside has joined forces with Tas Gas to examine the possibilities of blending green hydrogen into the Tasmanian gas network. The heads of agreement provides the framework to blend up to 10 per cent hydrogen into the network, including renewable hydrogen produced at Woodside’s proposed H2TAS project. The proposed H2TAS project is a renewable hydrogen …
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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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Tasmania strives to be global hydrogen hub

Tasmania has received strong interest from clean energy developers to be part of Australia’s renewable hydrogen epicentre and make the state a global producer and exporter of hydrogen. The Tasmanian Government received 23 applications through its Tasmanian hydrogen renewable funding program, which were a mix of proposals for feasibility studies and infrastructure projects. With an …
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