new green hydrogen production facility could be built in Australia if BP's plans come to fruition. The export-scale facility would be powered by around 1.5 GW of on-site or grid-sourced renewable energy and in Geraldton, Western Australia, has been earmarked as a possible location. This potential pilot plant will look to produce green hydrogen, using onsite and/or grid-sourced renewable power. This will then be converted into around 20 kilo-tonnes per annum of green ammonia. Once developed to commercial scale levels, this is expected to increase to around 1000 ktpa of green ammonia, targeted at domestic and export markets.