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Australian oil and gas giant Woodside has entered front-end engineering design (FEED) on a hydrogen project for the first time, awarding a contract in late December for FEED engineering services to Kellogg, Brown & Root (KBR) for its proposed H2OK project in Oklahoma. “H2OK is a liquid hydrogen production facility proposed for the Westport Industrial Park in Ardmore. Phase 1 involves the construction of an initial 290-megawatt (MW) facility, producing up to 90 tonnes per day (tpd) of liquid hydrogen through electrolysis, targeting the heavy transport sector. The location offers the capacity for expansion up to 550MW and 180tpd,” Woodside wrote on Tuesday. Woodside is reportedly targeting a final investment decision on H2OK in the second half of 2022, and first liquid hydrogen production in 2025

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