Port  Bonython is well positioned to become South Australia's first large-scale export terminal for green and blue hydrogen.

Located 16 km from Whyalla in the Upper Spencer Gulf, Port Bonython has an existing deep-water liquid hydrocarbon export terminal, 1,700 hectares of developable land, world-class wind and solar resources and gas reserves located nearby.

Through an Expression of Interest (EOI) process, the South Australian government has shortlisted seven projects from companies and investors to develop the land around Port Bonython to create a multi-user export precinct and leverage the state's renewable energy, fuels and minerals.

The shortlisted projects represent around $13 billion of investment and could generate up to 1.8 million tonnes of hydrogen by 2030.