Australia’s Woodside Expands Hydrogen Footprint to US Market

Woodside CEO Meg O’Neill said the company will have a significant presence in the North American market following the completion of Woodside’s proposed merger with BHP’s petroleum business.

Hart Energy Staff

Leading Australian energy producer Woodside has announced plans to expand its portfolio of hydrogen production opportunities to the US, securing land in Oklahoma for future development of a modular hydrogen facility and entering a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Hyzon Motors.

Woodside has secured a lease and option to purchase 94 acres (38 hectares) of vacant land in Ardmore, Oklahoma, to underpin future development of its proposed H2OK project, the company said Dec. 7.

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