HyEnergy Green Hydrogen Project

Detailed Planning
HyEnergy Green Hydrogen Project

The proposed HyEnergy Green Hydrogen Project, led by Province Resources, is an eight gigawatt (GW) renewable green hydrogen project located in Western Australia's Gascoyne Region. The proposed project would be developed in two stages and would include a wind and solar farm, which would be used to generate green hydrogen.

Other proposed works include:

  • a spur line into the existing Dampier Bunbury gas pipeline, and
  • a potential offshore Ship Loading Facility for the future export market.

Key Dates

Feb 2021 Project Announcement


Feb 2021 Province Resources entered into a conditional agreement to acquire all of the shares in Ozexco Pty Ltd (Ozexco) which held seven exploration licence applications in the Gascoyne Region of Western Australia, and announced plans to investigate a renewable green hydrogen project.
Mar 2021 Providence Resources announced feasibility studies have commenced.
Apr 2021 Province and Total Eren entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop a potential 8 gigawatt Green Hydrogen Project in WA.
May 2021 Province Resources entered into a MoU) with the Shire of Carnarvon to collaborate on the potential development of the project.
Aug 2021 Province Resources and Total Eren entered into a non-binding MoU with energy transition company, Global Energy Ventures Ltd, to support a technical and commercial feasibility study on exporting green hydrogen from the HyEnergy Project to nominated markets in the Asia-Pacific region.
Aug 2021 PwC was appointed to provide advisory services for the project.
Procurement approach
Unconfirmed |
Western Australia |