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HyEnergy to investigate compressed shipping

GEV will carry out feasibility study for partners on the technical feasibility and costs of the technology

The partners in Australia's HyEnergy green hydrogen project have agreed to work with compressed shipping developer Global Energy Ventures (GEV) to investigate the possibility of using compression for exports from the project. GEV will carry out a study to evaluate the technical feasibility and delivered cost of shipping compressed hydrogen from the project to markets in Asia. The study is intended to provide the HyEnergy partners with sufficient confidence to warrant the selection of compressed hydrogen as their preferred export method. “We are keen to understand the benefits of compressed hydrogen in relation to other means of transporting our potential green hydrogen product to



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