March 15th, 2024


Woodside is proposing to develop H2TAS, a commercial scale, hydrogen and ammonia production facility to be located in Tasmania.

Main proponents:

Woodside Energy

Main end-use classification:

Industrial process – ammonia production, domestic market and export


Under development – pending final investment decision

Estimated cost:


Other involvement:


Production details:

Up to 550 tonnes per day of ammonia


Tasmania, Australia

Announced funding:


Project description

H2TAS is a proposed commercial scale, renewable hydrogen and ammonia (from electrolysis) production facility to be located in the Bell Bay area of Tasmania. The proposed opportunity proposes to use electricity sourced from the grid from renewable sources and to procure renewable energy certificates to abate remaining emissions.

H2TAS is planned to be a phased development, targeting an initial capacity of up to 550 tonnes per day of ammonia.

Woodside continues to evaluate the cost and schedule impacts of the renewable power solutions that would enable the project to progress.

Woodside is operator and holds a 100% participating interest.

Note: The proposed opportunity is subject to commercial arrangements, commercial feasibility, regulatory, Joint Venture approvals (where applicable), and third-party activities (which may or may not proceed). Individual investment decisions are subject to Woodside’s investment targets. Not guidance.


Updated: March 2024