Due to its location, the Project has many strategic advantages, including proximity and access to major infrastructure supporting the production and sale of electricity and green hydrogen:
The 330KV Landwehr Terminal is within 4km, connecting to the South West Interconnected System (SWIS), WA’s main energy grid.
The Stirling Trunk Main Water Pipeline is within 3km of the proposed hydrogen facility, securing a supply of water for hydrogen electrolysis.
The Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline (DBNGP) has an access point located only ~0.3km from the proposed hydrogen plant, that could serve for hydrogen gas deliveries to domestic offtakers.
Landwehr Power Terminal
- 33/330kV transformer
- Connected to the SWIS which connects 2.3M customers in Western Australia
- 3.5km from Bristol Springs
- 330kV, 132kV and 66kV lines within 4km of Bristol Springs
Stirling Trunk Main Water Pipeline
- < 3km from Bristol Springs
- Frontier and Water Corporation have signed binding Water Supply Agreement to deliver up to 1,250kl/day, sufficient for 150MW of hydrogen electrolyser capacity
- See further details here
Gas Branching Point
- Dampier – Bunbury Pipeline (DBNGP)
- One of the largest capacity natural gas pipelines in Australia
- Study to include Hydrogen – underway (AGIG) – see further details here
- 3km from Bristol Springs