Hexagon signs deal with Genesis for Pedirka hydrogen project

Hexagon Energy Materials has entered into an agreement with Genesis for the pre-feasibility studies (PFSs) relating to the Pedirka Blue Hydrogen project, Northern Territory. The scope of Pedirka’s PFS, which Hexagon plans to deliver this year, covers all aspects of the project business case, from coal feedstock extraction through to transport of product to port. …
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New study to unlock potential of Bowen Basin

KPMG, in partnership with GHD and Netherland, Swell & Associates, have been contracted by the Queensland Government to deliver a concept study for a gas pipeline to unlock the Bowen Basin. Resources Minister Scott Stewart said the initial concept phase of the $5 million Bowen Basin pipeline study is underway and would investigate potential pipeline …
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Fortescue, TasPorts sign agreement to accelerate hydrogen project

Australian Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has signed an agreement with Tasmanian Ports Corporation to negotiate land and operating requirements for its proposed 250 megawatt (MW) green hydrogen plant in Bell Bay, Tasmania. FFI chief executive officer Julie Shuttleworth said this marked an important milestone in the development of the world-leading project. “We are excited to …
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Blue Energy signs H2 supply deal with Stanmore

Blue Energy has executed an agreement with Stanmore Resources to supply hydrogen from its future pilot production activities in its ATP814 tenement in the Bowen Basin, Queensland. The memorandum of understanding (MOU) comes after Blue Energy and Stanmore previously announced a non-binding MOU for the commercialisation of mine gas from Stanmore’s proposed underground operation adjacent …
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Australian LNG exports drop: EnergyQuest

Australian projects shipped the lowest volume of liquified natural gas (LNG) since February 2019, according to EnergyQuest. Outlined in its monthly LNG report, 5.82 million tonnes (Mt) was shipped during May, lower than the 6.89 Mt in April. The only projects that shipped the same or more than in April were APLNG, QCLNG and Pluto. …
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TNG, AGV Energy to develop hydrogen production technology

TNG has entered into an agreement with AGV Energy & Technology to progress arrangements for collaborations on opportunities to commercialise vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFB) to produce green hydrogen. As part of the heads of agreement, AGV Energy is developing technology to produce green hydrogen and oxygen using electrolysis of demineralised water and renewable energy …
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Santos locks in Nacap for pipeline contract

Nacap has been awarded the Barrolka to Durham Downs replacement pipeline project by Santos, located in Queensland.  The company has been contracted to deliver the project which involves 2 km of DN200 steel gas pipeline plus associated end of line facilities in southwest Queensland.   Nacap is excited and looks forward to delivering this project safely and …
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Australia, Singapore to use hydrogen to reduce emissions

Australia and Singapore will establish a $30 million partnership to accelerate the deployment of low emission fuels and technologies like clean hydrogen to reduce emissions in maritime and port operations. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia was driving practical international partnerships to get new energy technologies to commercial parity with existing approaches. “We are positioning …
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Hazer WA hydrogen project feels pressures of COVID-19

Hazer Group’s Hazer Commercial Development project (CDP) is experiencing significant cost pressures following COVID-19 related disruption to global supply chains for equipment and increased freight costs. As a result of the restricted number of suppliers willing to meet the technical requirements of the project, the company now expects a final project cost of $20 – …
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