Four Japanese companies, Iwatani Company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Kansai Electrical Energy and Marubeni Company, will cooperate with Australia’s Stanwell Company and APT Administration Providers to carry out a feasibility research for liquefied hydrogen delivery from Australia to Japan.
ydrogen could be produced on a big scale using renewable power in Queensland and liquefied on the Port of Gladstone.
The feasibility research will give attention to hydrogen manufacturing know-how, the development of hydrogen liquefaction crops and liquefied hydrogen carriers, related finance and environmental assessments, and commercialisation fashions.
What is more, the 3 GW mission goals to supply and provide hydrogen, with targets of manufacturing at the very least 100 tonnes of hydrogen per day round 2026, and 800 tonnes per day from 2031.
According to Stanwell, at its peak, the proposed mission will present more than 5,000 new jobs, ship $4.2bn in hydrogen exports and $10bn to Queensland’s gross state product over its 30-year life.
The consortium will full a front-end engineering design part in order to reach a monetary funding determination in 2022.