Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd (KHI) conducted a successful world-first sea trial of the liquefied hydrogen carrier SUISO FRONTIER between the 14th and 15th of October.
Australia’s emerging hydrogen industry is already showing promising signs of success and the Latrobe Valley is at the heart of this, thanks to the HESC Pilot Project.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is one of five priority low emissions technologies in the Australian Government’s First Low Emissions Technology Statement.
Federation University will analyse hydrogen production quality and performance of the gasification and refining plant in the Latrobe Valley.
Australia is taking the lead in developing a Certificate of Origin for clean hydrogen and the HESC Project is contributing to shaping these standards.
Each element in the Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) Pilot supply chain is nearing operations stage.
Shinichi Hiroi has only recently arrived in Australia but is looking forward to applying his technical expertise to HESC.
HESC Project Partners welcome the Federal Government’s first Low Emissions Technology Statement.
HESC has the potential to assist in Victoria’s energy transition and the decarbonisation of the state’s industry and manufacturing base.
At the Latrobe Valley coal gasification and refining facility, the end of construction is imminent and commissioning is underway.
Mass quantities of liquefied hydrogen have not been shipped across open waters before, but the newly built SUISO FRONTIER overcomes the challenges of transportation.
Hirofumi Kawazoe, General Manager for Hydrogen Engineering Australia, shares his views on living in Australia and the exciting future of hydrogen.