Haruki Sugiyama moved to Australia in 2019 to take on the role of Finance Manager for Hydrogen Engineering Australia (HEA).
Fourteen members of the Hastings Country Fire Authority (CFA) toured Australia’s first and only hydrogen liquefaction, storage, and loading facility at the Port of Hastings in April.
In April and May, HESC held four community drop-in sessions in Morwell, Hastings, and Traralgon — speaking with dozens of people visiting to speak with project partner representatives.
Japanese Ambassador Shingo Yamagami hosted HESC Project Partner representatives for dinner at the Embassy of Japan in Canberra.
The Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute released a report on clean hydrogen produced from fossil fuels with carbon capture and storage.
HESC welcomes the Australian Government’s additional investment in low emission technologies as part of this year’s federal budget.
The world-first liquefied hydrogen carrier, the Suiso Frontier, will arrive in Australia in the second half of the 2021 Japanese fiscal year.
The HESC Project is hosting community drop-in sessions in Gippsland and Hastings over the coming weeks.
Masahiko Tomioka moved to Australia in June 2019, bringing his family and vast experience in hydrogen gasification technologies with him.
Coregas Engineer, Ross Renna, brings over 30 years of experience in the industrial gases industry to the HESC Project.
For HESC Project Partner, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, liquefied hydrogen has long been the fuel of choice for its rockets.
The results are in for studies of rock core extracted from Pelican, the first CarbonNet storage site located in the Gippsland Basin.