Agenda

TIME AGENDA
09:00 Welcoming Speech, Opening Remarks & Thank You Sponsor Speech by Conference Producer
09:05 Highlights on Conference Day 1 Key Sessions by Conference Chairperson
Nick-Smith-rounded Nick Smith
Director, Energy Programs and Services
Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia
South Australia Dept. of Mining
Developing A National Hydrogen Blueprint And Global Outlook
09:15 Keynote Address: Green Hydrogen In Victoria And In Particular The Victorian Hydrogen Investment Program
Vanya-Kumar-rounded Vanya Kumar
Executive Director, Commercial and Investment Attraction, Energy Group
Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Australia
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09:45 International Insights Into Japan, Korea’s Push For Ambitions Hydrogen Economy And Asia’s Longer-Term Demand For Hydrogen
  • Status of H2 Mobility deployments in Japan, Korea and China
  • Outlook over next decade in these 3 countries
  • Key requirements for H2 supply chains to enable market scale up
Erwin-Penfornis-rounded Erwin Penfornis
VP, H2 Energy Asia-Pacific
Air Liquide, Japan
Air Liquide
10:15
Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
10:30 Chiyoda’s Hydrogen Experience In Brunei And Exporting To Japan: System And Method For The Global Hydrogen Supply Chain
  • World’s first Global Supply Chain of Hydrogen
  • Export as liquid at an ambient temperature and pressure
  • Able to utilize existing infrastructure
Andrew-Tan-rounded Andrew Tan
President & CEO
Chiyoda Corporation Oceana, Australia
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11:00 Interactive Global Investment, Projects Updates & Roundtable Discussion
  • Hydrogen Initiatives from ARENA
    • Unlocking ARENA Financing for Hydrogen Projects and Activities
    • Commercialising Hydrogen Opportunities
    • ARENA’s latest investments/projects
Matt-Walden-rounded Matt Walden
Director, Business Development & Transactions
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
ARENA
  • Investment Policy Updates From Victoria
Gabrielle-Henry-rounded Gabrielle Henry
Director, Industry Engagement and Development, Commercial and Investment Attraction
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Victorian Government
Department of Environment logo
  • COAG Hydrogen Initiatives
Amanda-Scribante-Smyth-(9) Amanda Scribante-Smyth
Senior Associate
Norton Rose Fullbright
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12:00 Hydrogen – From Refinery Commodity To Energy Carrier
  • The global installed capacity of on-purpose hydrogen generation has grown significantly, and will continue to increase over the coming decade, driven both by strengthening legislation related to consumer fuel quality (such as clean fuels legislation including Euro 6/VI, IMO 2020) and economic drivers to upgrade of bottom-of-the-barrel cuts
  • Significant innovations are made to curtail the carbon footprint of the steam reforming process through smart equipment design, focusing on enhanced process integration and heat recovery
  • The presentation will give an exhaustive overview of innovative CO2 curtailment options in grey hydrogen production and elaborate on existing and new technologies for blue hydrogen
Koos-Overwater-rounded Koos Overwater
Vice President Hydrogen Product Line and Technologies
TechnipFMC
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12:30 Lunch & Networking
Commercializing Hydrogen Opportunities & New Project Updates
13:30 Producing Hydrogen From Coal With Carbon Capture And Storage (CCS) Case Study: World’s First Liquid Hydrogen Supply Chain
 
Jeremy-Stone-rounded Jeremy Stone
Director & Advisor
J-Power
J Power
14:00 Hydrogen Commercialization: A Practical Approach Beyond Feasibility Studies
Gustavo-Gomberg-rounded Gustavo Gomberg
Hydrogen Adviser & Investor
GG Inc
GG Inc
 14:30 Commercialising Hydrogen And Attracting ARENA Financing
Matt-Walden-rounded Matt Walden
Director, Business Development & Transactions
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
ARENA
15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
15:30 Developing Suitable Regulatory Systems, Codes And Standards To Support The Adoption Of Hydrogen In Australia
Nick-Smith-rounded Nick Smith
Director, Energy Programs and Services
Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia
South Australia Dept. of Mining
Unlocking Financing Strategy To Raise Investments Into Hydrogen
 16:00 Panel on Financing & H2 Infrastructure Development

Hydrogen Financing Panel: Where Will The Money Come From To Fuel Hydrogen Growth And Build The Hydrogen Infrastructure – Perspectives From Government, Investors, H2 Energy Leaders, H2 Export Terminals & Banks

Nick-Smith-rounded Nick Smith
Director, Energy Programs and Services
Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia
South Australia Dept. of Mining
Malcolm-Geier-rounded Malcolm Geier
Chief Executive Officer
Port of Hastings Development Authority, Australia
Port of Hastings
David-Grabau-rounded David Grabau
Senior Investment Specialist in Resources & Energy
Australian Trade and Investment Commission
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Jeremy-Stone-rounded Jeremy Stone
Director & Advisor
J-Power
J Power
Amanda-Scribante-Smyth-(9) Amanda Scribante-Smyth
Senior Associate
Norton Rose Fullbright
Web
16:55 Closing Remarks by Conference Chairman
17:00 Champagne Networking Session
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Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most interest to you and fellow delegates.

 

TIME AGENDA
09:00 Welcoming Speech, Opening Remarks & Thank You Sponsor Speech by Conference Producer
 09:05 Highlights on Conference Day 1 Key Sessions by Conference Chairman
Nick-Smith-rounded Nick Smith
Director, Energy Programs and Services
Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia
South Australia Dept. of Mining
09:15 Keynote Address: Tasmanian Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan
Guy-Barnett-rounded Hon. Guy Barnett
Minister for Primary Industries and Water, Minister for Energy, Minister for Resources, Minister for Veterans’ Affairs
Tasmanian Government
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09:45 How Hydrogen Can Support South Australia’s Clean Energy Transition
  • Update on SA’s clean energy transition
  • Overview of SA’s Hydrogen Action Plan
  • South Australia’s Hydrogen Export Modelling Study and Tool
Richard-Day-rounded Richard Day
Director, Low Carbon Industry Development
Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia
South Australia Dept. of Mining
10:15
Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
10:30 Hydrogen Highway – Zero Emission Highway Hydrogen Is Marching On!
Peter-Kasprzak-rounded Mr. Peter Kasprzak
President
Hydrogen Society of Australia
HSA
11:00 Interactive Technology, Equipment, Future Skills & H2 Usage And Applications Roundtable Discussion (Sponsorship Opportunities Available)
  • H2 Mining Applications As Means To Accelerate The Adoption Of Fuel Cells And Hydrogen
Mark-Sun-rounded Mark Sun
Head of Marketing – APAC Precious Metals & Business Development
Anglo American
Anglo American
  • Pathways For Power-To-Liquid Fuels And Chemicals
Rohan-Gillespie-rounded Rohan Gillespie
Managing Director
Southern Green Gas, Australia
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  • Commercialisation Of Hydrogen Energy Systems Using Rapid Response PEM Electrolysers
Sam-Lee-Mohan-rounded Sam Lee Mohan
Manager, Innovation Projects
ATCO Gas Australia
ATCO
Learning Lessons On Injecting Hydrogen Into National and Microgrids
12:00 Hydrogen in Microgrid

ATCO: Australia’s First Hydrogen Microgrid Review & Understanding The Safety And Technical Challenges In Implementing Hydrogen In Microgrids Enabling Practical Hydrogen Energy Value Chains: Partnering For Impact And Scale

Sam-Lee-Mohan-rounded Sam Lee Mohan
Manager, Innovation Projects
ATCO Gas Australia
ATCO
12:30 Lunch & Networking
13:30 Attracting The Next Generation To Deliver A Hydrogen World: The Need For A Highly Skilled Human Workforce To Deliver Our Hydrogen Future. What Are The Workforce Skills And Expertise Required – What Is The Reality?
 
Ross-OBrien-rounded Ross O’Brien
Chartered Engineer & Aspiring Energy Young Leader
BP, Germany
BP
14:00 Enabling Practical Hydrogen Energy Value Chains: Partnering For Impact And Scale
David-Harris-rounded Dr. David Harris
Director Low Emissions Technology & QCAT Site Leader Energy
CSIRO, Australia
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Innovations In Hydrogen Production And Carbon Storage
 14:30 Innovations In Lowest Cost Green Hydrogen Production Technologies
What is the current state of green hydrogen technologies that use renewable energy? How widely are they being explored, researched and deployed? What are their readiness levels (TRLs), scalability, costs and future potential?
Daniel-Roberts-rounded Daniel Roberts
Leader, Hydrogen Energy Systems Future Science Platform  
CSIRO, Australia
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15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
15:30 Hydrogen from Ammonia (NH3) & Renewables

Renewable Methane As A Hydrogen Carrier

Renewable electricity’s share of global electricity markets is growing strongly, today worth US$40 billion per annum. Southern Green Gas is developing renewable methane which can be exported through existing gas infrastructure. This would allow users to generate on-demand renewable electricity using existing power stations. Southern Green Gas aims to be first to market.
Rohan-Gillespie-rounded Rohan Gillespie
Managing Director
Southern Green Gas, Australia
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International Hydrogen Initiatives And Breakthroughs
 16:00 Kapuni ‘Green’ Hydrogen Project Catalyst For New Zealand Market
Glenn-Johnson-rounded Glenn Johnson
National Operations Manager
Ballance Agri-Nutrients
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16:30 New Zealand’s Green Hydrogen Blueprint & Strategy
Linda-Wright-rounded Dr Linda Wright
Chief Executive Officer
New Zealand Hydrogen Association
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17:00 Closing Remarks by Conference Chairman
TIME AGENDA
Site Tour A: CSIRO Porous Materials Facility
Site Tour A (new)
In this site tour, the delegates will have a glimpse of the CSIRO porous materials facility. CSIRO, Australia’s National Science Agency, lead research in the translation of porous materials to practical use. The facilities include industrial scale prototype for the production of porous materials, and their use in gas separation and storage. The tour will be led by A/Prof Matthew Hill, who has over 100 publications in the area, and a long track record of developing materials for the separation and storage of hydrogen.
Site Tour B: Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technological Innovations Showcase & Updates At The Center For Hybrid Energy Systems
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In this site tour, delegates will have a glimpse of the state-of-the-art facility of the new Centre for Hybrid Energy Systems (CHES) launched by CSIRO in Clayton, Victoria, showcasing the substantial expertise and capability of integrating energy storage, renewable energy, hydrogen, fuel cell technologies, fuel processing, systems design, and construction. CHES is a collaboration hub for researchers and industry in the hybrid energy space. CHES works with industry to identify emerging energy conversion, generation, and storage technologies to meet specific end-user power requirements. This collaborative space is used to share the benefits of emerging hybrid energy systems with Australian industry partners and government bodies to maximize the value of local energy sources. In CHES, CSRIO acts as a trusted advisor for the industry for the safe adoption of new hybrid energy technologies. They can test and certify energy storage batteries, electrolysers for hydrogen generation, and fuel cells to national and international standards. They can also develop hybrid energy systems under renewable energy and end-use load profiles, and showcase CSIRO-developed technologies that may be of interest to industry partners.
Space In Each Site Tour Is Limited, Registrations Will Be Available On First Come, First Reserved Basis