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Australia's Woodside aims to start up massive hydrogen plant in 2027: CEO

Meg O'Neill says Japanese companies are 'absolutely' a possibility as joint venture partners

Woodside has natural gas partnerships with several Japanese companies in the North West Shelf project, off the northwestern coast of Australia. (Photo courtesy of Woodside)

SYDNEY -- Woodside Petroleum aims to start operating what it says will be one of the world's largest hydrogen production facilities as early as 2027, CEO Meg O'Neill told Nikkei, as Australia's biggest energy group seeks growth in green power sources.

With nations and companies setting goals of becoming carbon neutral in the coming decades, Woodside plans to build a new hydrogen and ammonia-producing facility near Perth with a daily capacity of up to 1,500 tons.

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