Woodside awards KBR engineering contract for liquid hydrogen facility


Cryogenic liquified natural gas (LNG) solutions expert KBR will provide a front-end engineering design (FEED) for Woodside Energy’s (Woodside) proposed H2OK liquid hydrogen production facility project in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

The liquid gas, when used as a sustainable fuel, helps decarbonise the typically hard-to-abate transportation sector as the only emission produced is water. 

Phase 1 of KBR’s services will involve construction of an initial 290-megawatt (MW) facility which will produce up to 90 tonnes per day (tpd) of liquid hydrogen through electrolysis. 

Stating that the project is the latest one in its portfolio of decarbonisation solutions, Jay Ibrahim, President – Sustainable Technology Solutions, KBR, added, “Our focus on energy transition and carbon footprint reduction is helping our clients meet their sustainability goals around the globe.” 

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