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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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