ABO Wind selects Worley to complete feasibility study for Toqlukuti’k Wind and Hydrogen project

ABO Wind has chosen Worley Consulting to complete a feasibility study for the Toqlukuti’k Wind and Hydrogen project in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, targeting green ammonia exports and further decarbonization of Braya Renewable Fuels’ refinery in Come By Chance with green hydrogen.

Through the feasibility study, ABO Wind will work together with Worley to analyze all aspects of the project’s conceptualization to set the basis for the next development stages. This includes analyzing alternatives of the original project plan, designing facilities, estimating costs related to electricity production and transmission as well as hydrogen (and derivatives) production, storage, and reviewing domestic and international offtake opportunities.

Robin Reese, Managing Director at ABO Wind Canada Ltd., commented: “We are excited this study is moving forward and eager to work closely with Worley and ABO Wind’s own Canadian and international experts to drive the results in the best interest of the Project and the province.”

Chris Gill, Senior Vice President for Global Hydrogen at Worley, said: “We are delighted to be working alongside ABO Wind to deliver the Toqlukuti’k Wind and Hydrogen Project. Green hydrogen holds the key to decarbonizing challenging sectors, and we look forward to applying Worley Consulting’s global expertise across wind, hydrogen and ammonia to help deliver sustainable change for the Come By Chance refinery and beyond.”

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