Woodside to push hydrogen as transport fuel in South Korea
The Australian LNG exporter is the only foreign partner in a 13-party consortium formed in South Korea to stimulate hydrogen demand as a transport fuel. The Hynet grouping, led by Kogas and Hyundai Motor, plans to build and operate 100 hydrogen refueling stations
This comes after Woodside penned two separate agreements last year with Kogas and Pusan University of South Korea on joint research into hydrogen and its use as a fuel
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