Total signs deal for 8-GW hydrogen project

Total Eren, whose ownership includes the French oil supermajor, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a mining firm on what may become one of the largest green hydrogen projects in Australia so far.

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Company Province, which, among other things, prospects for minerals with projects in Sweden and Australia, joins up with power producer Total Eren on a new venture Down Under.

The parties have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to examine the possibilities of establishing an 8-GW facility for production of green hydrogen in Australian region Gascoyne: The so-called HyEnergy Zero Carbon Hydrogen project – or HyEnergy for short. Provided a decision is made to develop the project, it will be equally split in a 50-50 ownership structure, writes Province in a stock exchange announcement.

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