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Worley awarded a renewable hydrogen project services contract by Shell supporting delivery of Europe’s largest renewable hydrogen project located in Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands

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Hydrogencentral


 

Worley awarded a renewable hydrogen project services contract by Shell supporting delivery of Europe’s largest renewable hydrogen project located in Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

 

The contracts continue the close collaboration between Shell and Worley since late 2020, when we provided early engineering services for this project.

 

Under these contracts, we’ll provide detailed design and procurement, and construction management support services including the critical integration needed with key vendors and other assets such as offshore windpipelineselectrical grids and the refinery.

 

The 200MW electrolyzer will be powered by renewable energy from an offshore wind farm that is currently under development. Once complete, HH1 will be the largest commercial renewable hydrogen production facilities in Europe. It will produce around 60,000 kg of hydrogen per day, enough to keep 2,300 hydrogen trucks rolling.

 

The renewable hydrogen produced will initially be used at Shell’s Energy and Chemicals Park in Rotterdam to partially decarbonize the production of fossil fuels and support the industrial use of hydrogen in the heavy transportation industry.

 

Work will be based in our office in The Hague and supported by our Global Integrated Delivery team in Mumbai. It will also leverage our global hydrogen subject matter experts and capabilities.

 

Mark Trueman, Group President and Shell Account Executive Sponsor said:

 

The Holland Hydrogen 1 project showcases the critical partnership between our companies required to develop innovative large-scale renewable hydrogen infrastructure.

 

“We appreciate Shell’s confidence and are committed to working with Shell and the other key vendors to deliver this important project.”

 

Source:Hydrogencentral

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