Hazer Commercial Demonstration Project progresses


Hazer Group has provided update on the progress, cost and schedule of the Hazer Commercial Demonstration Project (CDP) being constructed at Water Corporation’s Woodman Point Water Recovery Facility.

The Hazer Commercial Demonstration Plant will demonstrate Hazer’s proprietary hydrogen production technology, which converts biogas from sewage treatment into hydrogen and graphite.

Construction activities are now fully underway at the Hazer CDP. Structural, mechanical and piping (SMP) and Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) works are advancing with good progress made in the installation of piperacks and piping, cladding and insulation scopes, installation of various mechanical equipment packages (CO2 removal systems, siloxane removal system, nitrogen and air utility compressors, process chiller package), valving and instrumentation installation, and construction of the main structure frame. Significant milestones were also achieved with the installation of transformer units and connection to the Western Power grid. A

Hazer now expects the final project cost to be above the previously indicated $22 million. the company expects the increase to be between $1-3 million. Hazer remains fully funded to complete the construction and commissioning of the CDP, as well as ongoing R&D, technology development and engineering studies and business development activities.

As previously advised, Hazer continues to target a commissioning date of 1Q 2022, with good progress being maintained on equipment packages and construction activities.

Geoff Ward, Chief Executive Officer of Hazer said “I am delighted to see the CDP site taking shape and progress on all of fronts. We continue to work closely with our engineering contractor, Primero Group, and our suppliers to mitigate costs increases and maintain the project schedule. As we receive more process modules, complete fabrication of structural items and receive more equipment on site we are progressively reducing our cost and schedule risks.”

Anela Dokso

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