BP has awarded Technip Energies a “significant” contract for the engineering, procurement and fabrication of a hydrogen production unit at BP’s Kwinana biorefinery in Australia, according to an Aug. 29 press release.

The contract represents between EUR 50 million and EUR 250 million of revenue, Technip said in the press release.

The modularized hydrogen unit has a capacity of 33,000 normal cu. m/hour and will use Technip’s SMR proprietary technology. It will integrate with the biorefinery site’s import terminal operations and green hydrogen production.

The contract is part of the planned Kwinana Renewable Fuels project to produce sustainable aviation fuel and biodiesel from bio feedstocks. The unit is capable of converting bio feedstocks into biofuels such as SAF and biodiesel to produce hydrogen from the natural gas and biogas produced at the Kwinana facility.

“We are pleased to build on our global leadership in the delivery of hydrogen production units to support BP’s expansion of its biofuels and sustainable aviation fuel businesses,” Loic Chapuis, Technip Energies’ senior vice president of gas and low-carbon energies, said in the press release. “By leveraging our expertise in modularization and proprietary hydrogen technology, we are committed to making this project an industrial success.”