CRC Evans

CRC Evans takes unique approach to hydrogen service weld design

The development and qualification of welding procedures for hydrogen service presents a number of technical challenges, which need to be explored as pipelines are increasingly used as a method to transport hydrogen. At the 2023 APGA Convention, Dr Robin Gordon discussed these challenges on behalf of CRC Evans.
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Melbourne mains all hydrogen ready

Australian Gas Networks (AGN), part of Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), just completed two decades of upgrades to its infrastructure, which means the city’s gas mains are hydrogen-ready. Read More
Emissions reduction

Emissions reduction process needs to change

By Jordan McCollum, National Policy Manager, APGA. The months since the Federal Election has seen the pace of legislative change around energy and emissions policy ramp to record pace. But key shortcomings in ongoing reforms mean energy users ultimately have few decarbonisation pathways beyond electrification or a radical change in their business model. 
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WA dishes out land for $70 billion green megaprojects

International appetite to harness renewable energy capacity in WA’s Pilbara region has been revealed by the allocation of industrial land for mainly hydrogen-related projects to companies including BP, South Korean steelmaker POSCO and Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Mining Group. Read More
Australia hydrogen

Is Australia ready for the next hydrogen phase?

APGA’s 2022 Building Hydrogen Infrastructure Symposium has set the tone for Australia’s renewable energy future, demonstrating that the pipeline and infrastructure industries are ready to take on the infrastructure challenges to come. Read More