Infinite Blue Energy (IBE) Group has contracted Xodus Group to carry out the initial phase of work for its $300 million green hydrogen plant.
The University of Queensland (UQ) is offering two Future Fuels CRC PhD Scholarships for hydrogen embrittlement (HE) of gas pipeline steels.
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Fortescue Metals Group, Hyundai Motor Company and the CSIRO have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to accelerate the development of renewable hydrogen.
The New South Wales Government has approved the development application for Jemena’s Western Sydney Green Gas Project.
The Future Fuels CRC (FFCRC) Board has approved six new research projects.
BP plans to reduce its oil and gas reduction by 40 per cent within 10 years in a bid lower its carbon emissions.
Hazer Group will proceed with a final investment decision (FID) on its hydrogen production commercial demonstration plant (CDP).
Yesterday marked the first instalment of APGA’s HS&E Webinar Series 2020.
Australia’s offshore regulator has approved a BP-led joint venture’s (JV) plan to drill an offshore exploration well to depth of around 5,500 m.
Santos has engaged GHD to assist with a concept study on the production of blue hydrogen at its Moomba facility.
The Northern Territory Government has unveiled its first renewable hydrogen strategy, outlining its plan to create local jobs from the energy source.
Ancient Aboriginal underwater archaeological sites have been discovered in the Pilbara region, where Woodside plans to build a 434 km pipeline.
A new university-industry partnership will work to turn university research on hydrogen into commercial products for real-world use.
Jemena said renewable gases like hydrogen and biomethane should be central to the Federal Government’s Technology Investment Roadmap.
The Australian Energy Council (AEC) has endorsed the call for net zero carbon emissions in 2050, identifying hydrogen as an important player.
Federal Labor said it is willing to support the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies so long as renewables funding is maintained.
Water Corporation has enlisted Georgiou Group to construct the 43 km Denmark Pipeline in Western Australia.
APPEA and Queensland’s agriculture bodies have supported an initiative by the state opposition regarded landholders and unused CSG infrastructure.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has received 36 expressions of interest for its next hydrogen funding round.
The New South Wales Government has defeated an anti-CSG bill that would have seen the demise of Santos’ Narrabri Gas Project.
The Future Fuels CRC (FFCRC) will move some upcoming activities online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jemena has called for a national green certification program for renewable gases like hydrogen and biomethane.
Real Energy will assess the commercial viability of a hydrogen fuel plant in Queensland through a new wholly owned subsidiary.
The Federal Government said gas, hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) will all play a role in reducing Australia’s carbon emissions.
The latest APGA Pipeline Operators Group (POG) webinar contained presentations from two Jemena representatives discussing the threat of fire to infrastructure and the company’s response.