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.
Jay Murphy, Electrical Apprentice, and Ashley Withell, Trade Assistant, are junior tradespeople employed to work on the Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) Project.
The Hastings site of the Hydrogen Liquefaction and Loading Terminal has been built. It is Australia’s first hydrogen liquefaction facility.
The HESC Project has achieved another major milestone with the completion of construction of its Kobe-based liquefied hydrogen storage and unloading terminal.
Completion of construction of the HESC Latrobe Valley plant site has been pushed out from June until August 2020.
Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) project partners are pleased to announce that the carbon offset arrangements for the pilot project have now been finalised.
The health and safety of our staff, contractors and communities are our primary concern.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries achieves another significant project milestone with the successful installation of the LH2 storage tank on the SUISO FRONTIER.
Japan and Australia's strong commitment to deploying hydrogen as a clean, secure, affordable and sustainable energy source.
A major project milestone today, launching the world’s first liquefied hydrogen carrier, SUISO FRONTIER at its Kobe works site in Japan.