Air Liquide Engineering and Construction will supply the liquefaction equipment for Woodside Energy’s proposed H2OK hydrogen project in Ardmore, Oklahoma.
Under terms of a contract signed today (20th Dec), the industrial gas firm will provide the engineering and fabrication of two 30-tonnes-per-day liquefaction units.
Each unit will liquefy hydrogen produced through electrolysis in preparation for storage, loading and transportation to customers.
Meg O’Neill, CEO of Woodside, said the contract award is a significant milestone for H2OK, for which front-end engineering design activities are targeted to be completed this year.
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