- GEV has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the HyEnergy Project to undertake a feasibility study on the export of green hydrogen.
- Project partners include Province Resources (ASX:PRL) and Total Eren.
- The study will evaluate the technical feasibility and delivered cost of green hydrogen exports to nominated Asia-Pacific markets utilising GEV’s compressed hydrogen marine supply chain.
Martin Carolan, GEV Managing Director and CEO commented: “The HyEnergy Project is an ideal green hydrogen export project for our compressed hydrogen shipping solution given its strategic location on the WA Gascoyne coastline, within a regional distance to multiple Asian markets with a future requirement for imported hydrogen.”
David Frances, Province CEO stated: “The HyEnergy Project partners are keen to understand the benefits of compressed hydrogen in relation to other means of transporting our potential green hydrogen product to market.
GEV are leaders in this technology and will bring that experience to the study.”
GEV will undertake a feasibility study to evaluate the technical and commercial feasibility of exporting green hydrogen from the HyEnergy Project. The scope includes transport from the onshore hydrogen gas production facility to an offshore ship loading buoy and then on to nominated Asia-Pacific markets utilising GEV’s compressed hydrogen shipping solution.
• The purpose of the Study is to provide the HyEnergy Project partners with sufficient confidence to warrant the selection of compressed hydrogen as a preferred export method in the next phase of project engineering.
• The MOU is non-binding, non-exclusive, and expires on 31 December 2022.
Province and Total Eren signed a binding MOU in April 2021 to undertake a feasibility study in view of potentially developing a major green hydrogen project to be located in
the Shire of Carnarvon, in the Gascoyne region, in Western Australia.
(50/50) by Total Eren and Province. The HyEnergy Project is completing a scoping study aimed for completion in 2021. The project location is ideally suited for a potential C-H2 shipping solution given its coastal location and within a regional distance to multiple Asian markets with a future requirement for imported hydrogen.