Worley secures FEED services for Queensland’s largest green H2 project

Worley Ltd, an Australian engineering company, has been awarded to provide front-end engineering design (FEED) services for Queensland’s largest renewable hydrogen project that is being realised by a consortium led by Stanwell Corp. Worley was previously involved in the project as a technical advisor during the preliminary feasibility study.

Reportedly, the company will now supply the FEED study for the hydrogen production facility and hydrogen transfer facility, as well as the pre-FEED study for the hydrogen liquefaction facility. The up-to-2.24 GW Central Queensland Hydrogen Project will generate gaseous renewable hydrogen for Japan and Singapore, as well as for large domestic customers in Central Queensland. It is anticipated to enter commercial operation in 2028.

In June 2023, the Queensland government in Australia started construction on the 252 MW Wambo wind farm. The project, which was situated in the Western Downs region, was officially launched by Queensland’s Minister for Energy, Renewables, and Hydrogen, Mick de Brenni, in the presence of representatives from Cubico Sustainable Investments and Stanwell. Wambo wind farm was a joint venture between the two companies.