Destination Ardmore: 10,532 Miles

Destination Ardmore: 10,532 Miles

The city of Ardmore, Okla., is a familiar pit stop for drivers making their way along I-35 to or from Dallas and Okla. City. Like many isolated pockets in the state, Ardmore’s population is small coming in a nose-hair shy of 25,000. It’s the uncredited birthplace of honkytonk music, counts Michelin as its largest employer, and lays claim to one of the nation’s most oil-rich basins—the Ardmore Woodford. ExxonMobil is the dominant producer here and the local Valero refinery turns out 2 million gallons of gasoline a day. Sounds like the perfect place for a hydrogen producer from down under to set up shop, right? Reese Energy Consulting today is following the latest news from Australia’s largest energy producer Woodside, which has chosen Ardmore to build Project H2OK—a 290MW facility to produce up to 90 tons of liquid hydrogen a day with a future expansion of up to 550MW and 180 tons. The location is a strategic one given Ardmore’s proximity to interstates, supply chain and transportation infrastructure, and growing demand for low-carbon fuels by heavy industry, warehouses, and data centers. But Ardmore also is a thriving distribution hub for the likes of Dollar General, Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, and Best Buy. Woodside expects an FID on H2OK next year and first hydrogen production in 2025.

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Woodside Energy Ltd.

Woodside Energy Ltd is an Australian petroleum exploration and production company. Woodside is the operator of oil and gas production in Australia and also Australia’s largest independent dedicated oil and gas company.

www.woodside.com.au

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More Tail Winds and Trade Winds for Eagle

More Tail Winds and Trade Winds for Eagle

Looks like Texas-based Eagle LNG has snapped up another Caribbean customer, this time in Aruba with the Dutch country’s power and water utility. Reese Energy Consulting today is following the latest news from Eagle, which will supply the desert island with American LNG and construct a small-scale $100 million receiving and regasification terminal. The announcement follows the company’s supply and terminal agreements last year with a private ocean resort in Barbuda and July’s LNG-to-power deal in Antigua expected to go online next year. All three projects will displace heavy fuel oil used for water treatment and power generation. Eagle has supplied LNG to the Caribbean basin since 2018 from its Maxville facility outside Jacksonville, Fla., which also supplies LNG to Puerto Rico. A second terminal project to be developed in Jacksonville proper is FERC-approved and designed to process 1.65 million gallons per day, along with LNG storage capacity of 12 million gallons. By the way, the weather in Aruba today is sunny and 84 degrees with a forecast of sublime.

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Eagle LNG

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Eagle LNG is a solution-driven team that delivers on safety and operational excellence, as well as provides affordable, efficient and clean-burning LNG for the marine, power generation, export, rail, and mining markets. Their LNG fueling projects cover all scales and scopes, which means customers can expect a powerful partnership that puts them on the path toward a lower cost, smarter, safer, and cleaner energy future.

www.eaglelng.com

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