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Fulkrum awarded frame agreement to support Woodside’s US new energy projects

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Global Hydrogen Review,


Fulkrum has been awarded a frame agreement for the provision of third-party inspection services to Woodside's new energy projects in the US, including its proposed liquid hydrogen project, H2OK, located in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

With this agreement, Fulkrum further establishes its reputation as a leading provider of inspection services for innovative energy projects worldwide. The company is committed to delivering exceptional results, maintaining strong partnerships, and contributing to the advancement and diversification of the global energy matrix.

H2OK, which is expected to produce 60 tpd of liquid hydrogen through electrolysis and liquefaction, is Woodside Energy’s first proposed hydrogen project in the US. Fulkrum's selection as one of the inspection agencies for this project highlights the company's expertise and proven track record in delivering top-tier inspection services across all sectors of the energy industry.

Under the three-year agreement, Fulkrum will provide comprehensive inspection services for current and future New Energy projects in Woodside’s US portfolio. Fulkrum’s scope of work commenced in March 2024.

Commenting on the partnership, Fulkrum’s Regional Manager for North America, Andro Jimenez, expressed pride in being involved in such an innovative new energy project, "Fulkrum is honoured to be a part of the H2OK project. We are dedicated to utilising our technical expertise to support Woodside in achieving its goals for this groundbreaking hydrogen project. This partnership demonstrates Fulkrum's commitment to quality and our contribution to shaping the future with a sustainable matrix of energy sources."

Fulkrum's inspection services are renowned for their quality and reliability. The company's team of highly skilled technical personnel conducts thorough inspections, providing clients with valuable insights during the manufacturing, fabrication, installation, and commissioning of procured equipment packages. With a meticulous approach and adherence to international standards and client specifications, Fulkrum offers our clients precise, data driven, and detailed inspection results, critical for the compliant, safe, and timely delivery of projects.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/hydrogen/06062024/fulkrum-awarded-frame-agreement-to-support-woodsides-us-new-energy-projects/

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