KBR Wins Engineering Contract for Woodside’s H2OK Project

HOUSTON, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — KBR (NYSE: KBR) today announced that it has been awarded an engineering services contract with Woodside Energy (United States) Inc. for its proposed H2OK liquid hydrogen production facility in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide an initial engineering design for Woodside’s H2OK liquid hydrogen facility. Cryogenic liquid hydrogen is used in the transportation industry as a fuel for fleets where burning liquid hydrogen produces zero emissions, water being the only by-product.

“KBR is delighted to support Woodside on this project as the company advances its portfolio of decarbonization solutions,” said Jay Ibrahim, President – ​​Sustainable Technology Solutions. “Our focus on energy transition and carbon footprint reduction helps our customers achieve their sustainability goals around the world. At KBR, we continually strive to develop new technologies and solutions that benefit our planet. “

KBR has almost 50 years of experience in the design, development and support of cryogenic liquefied natural gas plants and has extensive experience in the field of hydrogen, both through its work in the space industry and in industrial facilities. This in-depth knowledge of the domain makes KBR the ideal solution to provide high-end engineering and to be the integrator of cryogenic liquid hydrogen installations.

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